Knitting fun

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My 11 year old spent some time making herself a scarf on the Knifty Knitter!

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I think she did a really good job!  She says she can teach me now! 🙂

Do you have any New Year’s projects you are working on?

Wishing you a joy-filled and contented Saturday!

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14 thoughts on “Knitting fun

  1. Wow, she did a great job. My two grown daughters have gotten into knitting(I knit in high school)and they love it. I’m working on hubby’s quilt but am having a bout of sciatica so have had to stop indefinitely. Blessings to you and yours.
    Hugs….

  2. Hi Sharon ~

    She did such a wonderful job! Such a pretty picture of her sharing her newly finished scarf. I wish that she lived close by and she could teach me how to use my Knifty Knitter. What yarn did she use for her scarf? I think I may get mine out and go over the directions and see if I can start a project.

    Thank you for sharing! Have a blessed weekend!

    Hugs ~
    Teri

  3. Sharon,

    Tell her that she did a wonderful job! It’s beautiful!
    I hope she will continue in her creative talent.

    I will have to look for one of those!
    Happy weekend!

  4. I do…I really do. Too many to mention. One would be really learning my new Pfaff sewing machine I bought last year…I will have lots of room in our larger house…another would be..learning to paint the One Stroke type roses….think I have found someone to teach me….and maybe increasing my computer skills…
    Great job on the scarf to your daughter, Sharon..beautiful….
    Deby

  5. Your daughter did a great job!

    I have priscilla-style curtains with mini blinds just like yours ~ almost thought I was in one of a room of my own …

    I have been crocheting some very small doilies as practice for trying something larger and *a little* more complicated.

    This year I want to crochet my daughter an afghan for her new sofa in her new apartment and I have a baby blanket to do as well.

    I also have some fine baby yarn to crochet eding along the outside of a couple of fleecy-soft baby blankets to make them a little prettier to have on hand as gifts when needed.

    Have a blessed Lord’s Day, Sharon :o)

  6. Thanks Noreen!

    That is neat that your daughters have learned to knit too ~ so many lovely things that they can make!

    I’m so sorry to hear about your sciatica ~ I will be praying for you!

    Blessings to you and hugs,
    Sharon

  7. Hi Teri ~

    I wish you lived nearby too ~ and then she could teach us both at the same time!! 🙂 She used just a basic yarn for this ~ the paper is gone so I don’t know what kind for sure. Let me know if you start a project! I was looking online and there are lots of things you can make with the Knifty Knitter. I wish I knew how to make slippers.

    Blessings to you,
    Sharon

  8. Dear Miriam,

    I passed along your sweet words to Abbie ~ thank you!

    My girls have also made hats using the round Knifty Knitter and my oldest daughter has also made Christmas stockings! Such fun!

    Blessings for the week ahead,
    Sharon

  9. Hi Deby ~

    What wonderful projects you have planned! How fun to be able to learn to paint the One Stroke roses. I would love to be able to do that! Enjoy all of your projects in your new home!

    Sweet blessings,
    Sharon

  10. Dear Dallas ~

    How neat that we have the same window coverings! Priscilla curtains are my favorite!

    I loved hearing about all of your projects! I wish you were close by so that I could learn from you! I would love to be able to crochet doilies and also to be able to add the edging to soft baby blankets. They make perfect gifts to have on hand. We received one when our youngest was born and it is lovely!

    I hope the week ahead is a blessed one for you!
    Sharon

  11. Dear Elizabeth,

    It was fun for me to see her accomplish this project. I think she enjoyed it. She is planning on making another scarf for an upcoming birthday gift.

    Sweet blessings,
    Sharon

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