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Project – Boxy

Here is a peak at Amy’s Boxy sweater that she is making out of Lang Jawoll.  She actually finished it since this picture was taken, and man it looks amazing.  Lang Jawoll is a fun fingering weight yarn that is 75% wool and 25% nylon and comes in a multitude of colours and styles.

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Opal's Lacy Eh! Tunic

Project – Lacy Eh! Tunic

This week Opal is working on her Lacy Eh! Tunic in Sugar Bush Yarn Nanaimo.  This is such glorious yarn. 

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Wrangle Wrap by Betty-Anne

Project – Wrangle Wrap

I had so much fun knitting this Wrangle Wrap.  It is made with Motley by Sugar Bush Yarns.  Motley is a DK weight yarn made with 60% superfine alpaca and 40% merino wool.  

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Dale

When did I start knitting? As long ago as I can remember, I guess. My mom taught me to knit and sew when I was very young. I don’t remember my first knitted piece, but I recall that in my teens I made a blue scarf, angora gloves, pink pullover, all very popular back then. I think I still have the patterns. We never throw them out, do we?

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Crafters Corner Deanna

Deanna

Hi everyone, my name is Deanna Torney. I love to knit and have recently been learning to crochet. My interest in knitting started at a very young age of 4 or 5 years old. I remember watching my Oma knit sweaters and doll clothes. I would ask if I could knit too.

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Crafter Jean

Jean

My name is Jean. I’m 92 years of age. I come from a family of knitters and sewers who taught me to knit when I was 5 years old.

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Heather

Heather

My mother showed me how to knit when I was around 8/10 years of age.  I was born in 1943, so knitting yarn was becoming more available at that time after the war in the U.K.. 

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Opal with her shawl

Opal

I learned the basics of knitting and crocheting as a child, inspired by my crafty Grandmothers. I made the usual teenaged scarves and a few blankets, but overall I was terrible at it, and it made my hands hurt, so I dropped it. I told myself I was “just bad at knitting” and took up web development and quilting instead.

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Cindy

Well when I first became interested in Knitting I was only 9 years old. One day when I came home from school I seen my mom knitting and I asked her to teach me.

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Sam

My grandmother taught me how to knit when I was a little girl.

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