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I am from London, Ontario and share my home with 3 cats, 1 dog and a very understanding fiance. He could even be considered an enabler as he usually offers to go yarn shopping with me. (At least I don't have to sneak purchases in!)

I knit and crochet and for the past couple of years have worked towards giving gifts that are primarly hand-made. I have been working on this Christmas' presents since January and am full steam ahead... and like every other year, am pretty convinced that my gifts won't totally suck. bwahahahaha. 

I decided to try out the site because I figured, "it's been around for forever so it has to be good" 

I look forward to getting to know people, seeing and sharing our works!  


Welcome!  Smile

What a great name for your business...StitchMeKnot is so catchy!

I'm so sorry you lost your job and happy to hear you've found something you enjoy and where you can make some money, too.  Smile

Wow, reworking your own stitch designs from so long fascinating!  I hope the younger you didn't leave today's you too much work!  Wink

YouTube is really a great resource for craft tutorials.  When I don't understand something or want to find an alternative technique, YouTube is my go-to!  How cool you learned to knit that way.  Smile

We're happy you've found us!  Please share more about what you do...and we'd love to see pictures, as well!  Smile


Unfortunately, men are much too violent in general (exceptions to that, of course).  And I do believe if we women were in charge, there wouldn't be so much war.  War is terrible and  pointless, but anyone who would glorify it as "good" really should reconsider that in the light of solid facts about how bad war is for everyone.  (Well, except for those who bask in the "glory," as they're the ones who sit behind the scenes and never fight.  Those who willingly send young people to die should know exactly what those young people deal with.)

When using single crochet, do I need to read every other row backwards?  I'm using the word chart and not the graph. I have been doing every other row backwards but it doesn't come out right. Any help is appreciated! Thanks in advance.


Wow, that sounds like a very full schedule!  Glad you can study history online.  That must save on driving costs, no?

Happy you do have some summer vacation.  Kiss

Argh, and sorry you don't have time for crocheting!  So unfair.  Cry  Although you might be interested in what a friend of mine does...she crochets easy, straightforward items during online classes where she doesn't have to concentrate, when it's just discussion.  I don't know if your history classes are very involved, but perhaps you can crochet during discussions?  I don't know how she takes notes...maybe she keeps pen and paper handy for that.  Smile
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