It is a quiet Sunday and your video was quiet too except for the "squishing of the wool" sound. Love your yarn better than the pink grey combo PurlSoho featured. I am giving up turtlenecks and going with cowls or maybe I can do both. My neck gets so cold and I'm not sure why as there's not much of one. I'm not trying to cover up chicken skin although I have that too but I'm just trying to stay warm! LOL! And crochet! Finally, something I can do! Ha! Ha! I am coming along with my oven mitt though and I am going to get good at knitting...if I live long enough. You're my role model and inspiration along with my knitting teacher, and Jodie from www.Jellywares.blogspot.com PEACE be with you and with your crocheting and knitting.
I love crochet for these sort of projects, and blankets!! lovely. Love the color you picked too!
A quiet sunday and your movie is quet to. Time to refleksion. Thanks.Lis
Good for you on treating yourself to come cashmere!
I don't know how to crochet anything more than a chain, so I'm not certain about the mechanics and the proper way to hold the hook, etc. But I was curious after seeing your video....are you a lefty or is it typical of crocheters to hold the hook in the left hand?!
Nice quiet time video--how refreshing. Makes me wonder if anyone has ever made a video of just a couple knitters sitting and chatting and knitting (other than video podcasts, that is).You must have been cold as you're bundled into a zipped up polartec? fleece? top--what? no owl sweater today :)??
Wonderful, readable site. Thoroughly enjoyed every line read. You're a legend for posting details in an easy to read and understand, even for a beginner. I am sure going to try this one out. Many, many thanks of your previous time. Margaret
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