Numerical Knitting

October 17, 2007

Thanks Mama Sutra! Something for Ms. Frick & a cool link

Filed under: General,Knitting — by bethc @ 2:54 pm

Have you ever been to Mama Sutra’s blog? I have. I enjoy it. I leave comments. She sent me a present! What a deal!!

A real Canadian package. There is a fun looking magazine, some Canadian flag stickers, a cute orange bag, some yummy candies that we can’t get here (or at least not easily), and two hand knit dishcloths! I’m so excited cause I always give away the dishcloths I knit and now I have some. And the candy… well see how it isn’t it the photo? Just saying… Thanks so much Mama S. And see people, it pays to comment!

I know Ms. Frick is just home twiddling her thumbs… (cause you know, home with a newborn is so easy with all the extra sleep and all) so I thought she might enjoy seeing what she missed today at school! The rest of you can look too!

One more thing, check out Nina’s super cool videocast!

5 Comments »

  1. Oooh. What were you guys doing? I don’t recognize that lesson…

    Comment by JulieFrick — October 17, 2007 @ 4:20 pm |Reply

  2. Glad you liked the loot! It is a very weird experience for me to see the stuff that was sitting here beside my computer a couple weeks ago photographed on someone else’s blog! Oh, the wonders of the internet!!

    Comment by mamasutra — October 18, 2007 @ 1:08 am |Reply

  3. Wow – that was a generous package! Thanks for linking Nina’s videocast! 🙂

    Comment by Amber — October 18, 2007 @ 9:29 am |Reply

  4. I would like to know what it means when a pattern says,
    knit 9 rows, and on the last row knit evenly 10, across?>
    Thanks

    Comment by j green — April 14, 2008 @ 1:32 pm |Reply

  5. I saw a pattern to cast on 110 stitches, for a baby blanket,
    Knit 9 rows to begin, and on the last row, knit evenly 10
    stitches, making 120 stitches altogether, and continue knitting,
    until last row, and then decrease evenly 10 stitches, and
    finish with 9 rows.
    I was thinking it meant to increase across (not one after
    the other) to get the 10 stitches,
    What does it mean?

    Comment by j green — April 15, 2008 @ 12:55 pm |Reply


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