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Member Since: 04/09/2008
Needed to finish my thought....ALWAYS in great taste!
Can't wait to try it! You not only have great ideas but they are ALWAYS
I LOVE THIS! I made one for my Mother and another for my Mother-in-law for Mother's Day. I was the favored daughter in their eyes!!!!!
I used this idea to make a curtain for a baby's room. I added some small bunny rabbit buttons and it was adorable! Thanks for the great ideas.
Great idea, I am not sure I could put one in my yard. The squirrels would have a field day!
What a cute idea. I am knitting one for my granddaughter! She is only 6 months old and lives in a cold climate. So sporting a knit Easter bonnet will will not only be adorable but functional.
Thanks for another super idea.
I am traveling overseas and based upon the uncertainty I will mail my stuff ahead of time. Thanks for bringing this up.
Wow, what a great idea. You could sell these on TV just like the snugli! I have been using mine to clean those hard to reach areas when I sometimes scrape the outside of my hand reaching down in tight spaces.
I made the balls and the cat loved them but she especially enjoyed the mouse when I insert a bell into the belly with the catnip. She went wild. Tina, thanks for another fun and useful tip.
I've never been to London but it was fun learning about these shops from you. Maybe some day I will go too!
Another winner. I showed this to my daughter and we remodeled two sweaters on a wintery afternoon. Lots of girl talk and hot chocolate. Great way to dress up a wardrobe without breaking the bank.
What a great idea! My church knits for the troops and this is a perfect addition to our mission. You are great. I love your ideas and I love reading your stories. Keep the good ideas coming.
I love your blog!!! These washcloths are fabulous. The linen yarn provides just the right texture to get off stubborn make-up. Thanks so much for another project that I can enjoy and is useful. P.S. My friends loves them too.
I, like Jennifer am a novice at knitting but you make it so.... easy to get started. I love the style and the color choices. I always enjoy your postings. Keep them coming.
Thanks for featuring Michael's shawl. I hope this encourages more men to take up knitting. I love to see the creative side of our men friends who enjoy the craft.
You've shared another winning project! I can picture a tree adorned with many of these treasures. P.S. The sugar plums looked delicious!
This hat is so perfect for Halloween fun! I appreciated your suggestions for yarn alternatives.
Another great story and valuable knitting tips. I LOVE READING your blog! Always entertaing and informative.
YOU ARE A HOOT! Although I may not make this item I loved reading about it. The picture was a fun bonus. I am going to pass this design along to a friend who sits in the cold stands at sporting events and attempts to do some knitting during half-time or time outs. She will love it!
This solved my latest knitting crisis. The custom knitted button was the perfect compliment to a sweater I made for my husband. Your tips on how to keep the metal from peeking through was a very helpful timesaver. Tina, you're the greatest! I love to read your articles. Keep it coming.
Good tips. I like EBay as well but it is easy to go overboard on supplies.
I LOVE this blog! Reading Tina's articles and tips is like talking to your next door neighbor about knitting. Keep it coming. I can't wait for the next article.
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