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Wednesday, January 31, 2018

Lacy Hearts for Febuary


I love this little heart called "Sadie's Heart" by Dusenbury 
I finished the pretty little heart Called "Classic Heart" by Robbin and started the latest spring doily too!

And sock number two is on it way.
I forgot to mention that winding the yarn in a ball and keeping it in a bowl is also very helpful even though most of you know this, if your new at knitting this helps.
Have a great next couple days, keep your projects going smiles from Carollyn!

24 comments:

  1. I like the way you have displayed the tatting, very effective. Liking the socks, that's one thing I have not tried, patterned socks, I have made plain one's, in fact I have some on the go right now but then they've been on the go for yonks. lol
    Briony
    x

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    1. Funny well I totally miss counted a couple times so some cable are not perfect beleive me

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  2. Just noticed that your socks are being knitted on 2 needles, never dont that either.

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    1. Wow i am confused i never new another way except the circular ones and I don't know how to do that, it's all i can do to the counts right and just figured that out with my coiless pins.

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  3. That purple heart is so gorgeous!!!! :)
    The other heart is great!! :) And looks like your doily start is great too!!
    Wonderful socks!!

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    1. Thanks I messed up little on the doily start wonder if I should redo one chain looks stretched out long. I feel like I am rushing again

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  4. Sadie's heart is amazing, Terry has some amazing patterns, but I find them difficult to follow.

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    1. I agree completely I figured out how to get passed that. I down load the picture of the pattern and write the stitch count beside it, i beleive she did this back in the day befor diagrams and was trying to explain too much. Some of her diagrams have bits of stitch counts beside them so i just right the rest in and toss the 6 pages of instructions ha ha ha

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  5. Olá amiga!
    Esses corações ficaram lindos,que mãos de fada você tem.
    Parabéns por tão belos trabalhos.
    As meias então, estão ficando um amor.
    Adorei!!!!!!
    beijos fique com Deus.

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    1. Wow you have the most beautiful descriptions of compliments thank you so much💟🌹💟

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  6. Very nice your heart Carollyn, and very big work with the socks!
    have a good day!
    sabrina

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    1. Thanks Sabrina, what is hard for some is easy for others the socks seems like lots of concentration

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  7. Lovely hearts in time for Valentine’s Day. Well done for figuring out Teri’s pattern. Your doily start looks fine to me.

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    1. Thanks,i do struggle more with the knitting 😄

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  8. Lovely hearts! I have knit socks on two needles, but I don't like sewing them up, so I learned to knit them with five needles... much less finishing required! ;-)

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    1. Oh now that you say that I remember my mom doing that. I feel I would get confused at where the beginning would be.

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  9. Saddes heart is beautiful love the colour.
    Glad the socks are coming along, they are looking good,

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    1. Thanks, a nice vote of confidence from another expert knitter😄

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  10. Such pretty hearts & great progress on the socks :-)
    I haven't knit socks, but in pullovers, I like to do one arm at a time for the same reasons.

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  11. I understand completely, I admire knitting and want to try it more especially seeing all out tatters do knitting but I have to admit it is not my number one skill. I do really like it but I favor tatting most :)

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  12. cudowne serduszka, pozdrawiam

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