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    Question What's on your needles/hook?

    What are you working on? I am knitting a dishcloth that I can't wait to finish because I don't like how the yarn looks when knitted. Just not my colors.

    Anyway, what are *you* working on?

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    dishcloth also... that is the only thing i know how to do in knitting... I am not presently crocheting anything at the moment just trying to learn the knitting..
    BTW is there a way to fix dropped stiches in knitting?

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    It'd probably be a shorter list to tell you what I'm NOT working on I've got about a dozen projects going right now....eager to finish the last of the 6 dishcloths I'm making for my daughter, I'm on the second of 2 fingerless gloves, a cable and lace technique square, two pairs of socks....and there's more....that's just what I remember off the top of my head! Oh yeah, started a sock monkey hat earlier this afternoon. Also working on a crocheted afghan.

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    Just starting to knit the "Sweet November Shawl" Free pattern on Ravelry. Yarn I choose was a little pricey from my LYS

    I'm a slow knitter and keep things simple. I don't think I'll ever knit an actual sweater.

    But it's still therapeutic. And I love to knit dishcloths!

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    There is nothing on my needles, but there is certainly a lot of planning going on!! I depleted my dishcloth gift supply with 12 Easter baskets, so I really need to get going on rebuilding my supply - they sure come in handy!!
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    I just finished a humpty dumpty doll. It was a lot larger than I thought it would be. The pattern didn't give a finished size.

    I am currently on some hot pads and a kitchen towel holder for my niece that is getting married. If I have time, I may make a shawl.

    I have a lot planned (planned being the key word) for Christmas.

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    I am finally back to some needlework fun - started the pineapple afghan that is running around FV - it does work up quickly too!!
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    what's on my hooks ? jute on one, sisal on the other. am trying my hand at crocheting rugs/doormats. working out pretty well so far.

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    Working on an afghan for my best friend for Christmas.
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    Just started a rug for the living room. It will be black and tan. Using yarn I already have. Will post pictures when I am done.

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    Jontue - just and sisal - aren't they hard on your hands?
    Looking forward to the creations by you and Liane - somethings different for sure!! - would love to create rugs someday.

    Lucky best friend Debbie!! what pattern are you using?

    I am crocheting leis for the instructors and guests at our soccer conference on Maui in June. It's traditional to give leis, this way ill be frugal and use up some of my stockpiles - plus it's fun!!
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    I'm plugging away at my lacy tee. I've got the front & back divided & the back almost done. Next is the front, then do the edging on the sleeves & neck and it's done.

    I also have the Traveling Woman shawl on my needles. One more lace repeat and I'm done with that too.

    Good thing cuz I'm itching to start the Central Park Hoodie

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    Just finished my third afghan for charity this month--red,white and blue one for a vet, a pink baby afghan and a yellow, blue, white, and green baby/and or nursing home afghan.

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    Great going Imarachne!! wish we could see pictures of your creations!! what's next for you?
    No spend days: J 9/16
    Monthly exercise: J 165/930
    Monthly savings: J-202, F-186,M-170,A-154, M-137, J-118, J-102, A-86, S-70, O-54, N-38, D-28

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    I'm working on a Granny Square Afghan not sure what I will do with it when it is done and I do need to get some dish clothes done for Christmas.
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