Monday, September 19, 2011

Knitters

 Many hands make quick work!  At one of the local cafes a group of women meet once a week to knit together and compare notes...about knitting, life, families. . .



16 comments:

  1. de beaux gros plans de ce concours de tricotages

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  2. Good Monday morning Kate!
    Your photos are very familiar view:) I used to knit even in the kitchen during waiting that food get ready and children will come to eat.
    Now photos take my time and I have many boxes full of yarns waiting. . .
    good staring week to you Kate!

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  3. The item on the right appears to intended to fool moths.
    "Oh, one of the brothers has been here already. Move along, nothing to see here..."

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  4. Knit one, purl one.... there you go the sum total of my knitting. We were taught at school, I recall knitting a scarf. There are a couple of trendy knitting shops here so I guess it is making a comeback.

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  5. Knitting sweaters and knitting lives. I love it!

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  6. K2tog?
    ;-D

    «Louis» thanks you for visiting San Francisco Bay Daily Photo.

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  7. Looks like some talent is here as well as friendship.

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  8. I haven't knitted in years! I wouldn't mind trying it again.

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  9. Always a joy to get together with others. Reminds me of my Grandmother who knitted dozens of slippers, mittens and scarves.

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  10. I could make the tea/coffee because I sure as heck would make a mess of the knitting!!

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  11. I bet it's fun to see how the other knitters' projects grow into sweaters, hats, gloves, or whatever.

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  12. my mum is a brilliant knitter, i think she would be perfect addition to the company.

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  13. I'm still laughing over jb's comment above.

    I love my knitting group. As one of the members said one day, when we had been comforting another member over a loss--"our group is lot more than just dropped stitches and tangled skeins."

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  14. I wonder if they ever get to talking and realize they are using someone elses yarn.

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  15. My aunt and grandma used to do that together. They offered to teach me one summer, but I politely declined.

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  16. Maybe I should look for something like this in Toronto. I haven't knitted in awhile, but I'm sure I'd catch on quick!

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