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dlfoxy1

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I know the photos I'm going to post are knitted and not crocheted but I wanted to share them with you. I'm in my first year of learning to knit and am enjoying it....not as much as crocheting (20+ years)....but hopefully when I learn more of the stitches and techniques I will. I did crochet and give away about 20 snowflakes and have another 15+ to stiffen yet.....for next year. But like usual when it comes to the snowflakes, I forget to take pictuers. Hopefully this last batch I will remember to post.

 

Well, here is what I've made...Baby Blanket (with is matching sweater and hat), socks, a pair of mittens and a dish cloth. I've already posted the baby sweater and hat below, but I've completed the matching sweater and gave it to baby Evan for Christmas.

 

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Very Nice!! I just learned how to knit myself and am eager to get started on some real projects. However I think I'll stick with dishcloths until I get more comfortable with it. I need to get out and buy a pattern book.

 

Are you on the knitting forum here???

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You're doing fantastic with your projects!!! (I just love your sweater set!) I can't get the hang of knitting. Maybe one day. Thank you for the inspiration! :manyheart

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  • 1 year later...

TCara, I just wanted to say if you're still interested in knitting, you might want to try knitting the continental way. Most people that crochet, knit continental. I know if I would have to knit the "regular" way, I would not be knitting today.

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  • 3 months later...

I agree. I first tried to learn from a book the "regular" way and hated it. Then I went to Germany and learned the continental way from a British lady and now I love it. The way I do it the right needle does all the work and I keep the tension the same way I do for crochet.

 

 

TCara, I just wanted to say if you're still interested in knitting, you might want to try knitting the continental way. Most people that crochet, knit continental. I know if I would have to knit the "regular" way, I would not be knitting today.
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