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Monday, July 14, 2008

Time to Get Organized -- Knit

Here's another administrative post, this time for knitting. A link to this page will be available on the sidebar and I will update it as necessary to include all posts having to do with knitting.

Here we go ...


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  • Hi, Mary Grace. Thanks for your site. Every time it's hard to understand how to work a new stitch I run to see your tutorials.
    Now I'm trying to knit a scarf and there must be "raised knit stitch" which I've attempted to get with no good results. Can you help me? .
    Thanks a lot and Merry Christmas!!
    Alma

    By Anonymous Alma, At December 23, 2009 at 2:46 PM  

  • Hi Alma, thanks for your kind words. I'm not quite sure what you have in mind for the raised knit stitch. If you have a picture of what you want to do, I might be able to figure out what you're looking for. Or a pattern that uses the stitch. If you can give me more details about the result you want to achieve, I might be able to help. Also an email address would be wonderful so I could respond directly to you.

    MGM

    By Blogger Mary Grace McNamara, At December 26, 2009 at 4:33 PM  

  • Hi, Mary Grace. Thanks for answering. What I’m trying to do is a scarf similar to the ones showed here http://www.morehousefarm.com/KnittingKits/Scarves/Alligator/
    My niece saw those scarves and asked me if I could make one for her. She doesn’t want an alligator scarf; she wants a “simple” one with all those bumps.
    Where I live, in Mexico, it’s not easy to find knitting and crocheting magazines or books, so I started looking in the web for the way to knit it and somewhere I found that the stitch is called “raised knit stitch”. The instructions I could find were this:
    Raised Knit Stitch. Insert needle into the st below next st on left-hand needle and draw yarn through (2 st on right-hand needle), purl the next st on left-hand needle (2 sts on right-hand needle), pass the first of these 2 sts over the last the last st.
    I’ve tried to interpret it, but I get nothing. Hope you can help me.
    Thanks and wish you and your family lots of blessing in 2010
    Alma

    almazcruz at gmail dot com

    By Anonymous Alma, At December 31, 2009 at 12:17 AM  

  • Hello Mary Grace,

    Thanks so much for all of the wealth of information here.

    I'll be trying God willing to come back here, I need to improve my knitting skills.

    It's nice that there are still people out there who enjoy their work, and even more so teaching/helping others.

    I find I benefit/learn more from people who are sincere in their efforts to help others than not. I really appreciate that. Thank you.

    Kindest regards,

    Crocheting Mom

    By Anonymous Anonymous, At April 23, 2010 at 11:38 PM  

  • Mary Grace, I have a knitting question for you.
    Have you ever tried to use the "Knifty Knitter" looms? They show you that you can make scarfs and they even give you a tutorial on line via you tube...But I still can't use that fancy yarn that look like it has strings hanging from it. Let me know if you use the yarn I am happy to send you some..

    By Anonymous sharon zmuda, At September 9, 2011 at 10:28 PM  

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