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Melanie

I haven't been able to find an adult photo yet, well not one that graphs well. Most of them he is too far away from the camera. I think I'm going to have to dig deeper and spend a day going through the 100s of photos we have in the hope of finding one. Photography was his hobby, so he was never one to be in front of the lens.



Sherry,

I'm looking forward to hearing your findings!  Kiss  Any stitch or technique is worth learning, IMO, even if one will never use it again.  Smile

Oh, yeah, it's not at all hard to figure out what's going on while watching TV and working!  Laughing  It enhances both the work and the show.

I've got a few shows on tonight, woo hoo, so more experimenting.  Got about 6 1/2 rows in on my latest experiment last night and was two stitches short, sigh, so had to frog it all and start again.  Frown  That was after frogging what I had attempted to do with the taped-up broken needle and frogging again because I forgot to switch needles after casting on (I always use a needle two sizes larger to cast on, then immediately switch to a smaller needle, but if I forget, it all has to be torn out.  Frown)

Ugh, it would be nice not to have to frog again!  Yell

I posted one FREE knitting book for Kindle for today...grab it before it's gone!  (Note: you do not need to have an actual Kindle.  If you have a smartphone, you can download a Kindle reader app for FREE...if all you have is a PC, you can download to your PC...and I believe there may also be a way now of completely bypassing any kind of reader app to read directly online - though please don't quote me on that, as I'm not sure.  I find the PC reader to be quite decent for pattern content...since I don't own a Kindle, I can't say how well it works...but I would think a smaller screen would make patterns kind of difficult to read.)

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I posted one FREE crochet book for Kindle for today...grab it before it's gone!  (Note: you do not need to have an actual Kindle.  If you have a smartphone, you can download a Kindle reader app for FREE...if all you have is a PC, you can download to your PC...and I believe there may also be a way now of completely bypassing any kind of reader app to read directly online - though please don't quote me on that, as I'm not sure.  I find the PC reader to be quite decent for pattern content...since I don't own a Kindle, I can't say how well it works...but I would think a smaller screen would make patterns kind of difficult to read.)

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Melanie,
It is the same, I will say it works up very pretty even if I would have preferred more of the plum and less green.
I worked a bath mitt in the loop st and the spiraled colors were very pretty. Smile

Doing the tongue in TPS or sc should easily counteract the curl, I'll probably do TPS because

1. I really don't care for the look of sc done in the back and forth rows, and

2. I don't want to wrestle with turning that scarf every few stitches. Tongue Out

Now my son is asking for more dish towels, so I guess I signed up for more of those too.
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