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Re: re: gripping the hook for KT
Posted by: Alex (IP Logged)
Date: January 06, 2009 08:22PM

I don't have a problem with "there must be a better way" because often we realize that there really must be. I often don't like a particular aspect of some of my work. Knit center starts are my latest bugbear. I have yet to see a perfect one. And you KNOW how many times I have experimented with laddering....

I experiment constantly and report just about anything that I think might be of interest here because someone might like it or find it useful. I knew that few people would be interested in pulling out the cardboard centers of crochet threads, but since I've begun doing it I've reduced the space of my stash by about seventy-five percent and have increased my lace output by at least fifty percent because the work is more portable and it requires no fiddling with the feeder thread.

SSK would exist, but not be the universal alternative to s1, k1, psso if it hadn't been pushed into print forty years ago. And think about EZ and circular knitting. She had to publish herself to get anyone to take her seriously. When she sent her designs to publishers they translated her round patterns to flats.

It's the bullying that gets to me; ignorant people making other people feel small.



Subject Written By Posted
  re: gripping the hook Alex 01/06/2009 03:32PM
  Re: re: gripping the hook KT 01/06/2009 04:08PM
  Re: re: gripping the hook LI Roe 01/06/2009 06:38PM
  Re: re: gripping the hook for KT Alex 01/06/2009 08:22PM
  Re: re: gripping the hook for Alex KT 01/06/2009 08:31PM
  Re: re: gripping the hook Jane R 01/06/2009 09:40PM
  Re: re: gripping the hook for KT and Jane R Alex 01/08/2009 04:53AM
  Re: re: gripping the hook craftsman 01/09/2009 10:29PM
  Re: re: gripping the hook Jane R 01/09/2009 11:48PM
  Re: re: gripping the hook Alex 01/10/2009 11:38AM


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