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[Knitting] where did you learn?

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Post time: 2018-1-6 00:08
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Videos from youtube are great or, if you can afford it, some Craftsy online courses ... I have a few and I think they are great!


I agree with you. Do not know Craftsy but I sure do use YT when I need to learn a new stitch or technique.  Post time 2018-2-27 22:14
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Post time: 2018-1-13 23:02
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The internet is a great source of information
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Post time: 2018-1-20 05:44
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I learned from my grandmother at a very young age, then didn't knit for years.  To relearn I used the series of books called The Harmony Guide To Knitting Stitches.  I found they described the stitches and techniques very well.  If I had problems with a pattern, I could always find the requisite definitions in the Harmony Guides with clear instructions. I still use them to this day.
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Post time: 2018-2-27 22:12
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I crochet and knit since I was a child: I was taught both by my grandmothers and great-grandmother, bless them all.
For many years I put aside this art but lately am back to it, at full throttle, LOL! I am very much into amigurumis.
I wish I could sew though - I see some projects that inspire me but I find it utterly difficult. I even bought a sewing machine but I only used it once, when mum came over to fix my curtains and other little things.
Oh, I like cross stitch but never attempted it. It looks like a very relaxing craft.
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