Apart from this I usually try to make my joins at the end of a row so that the ends can be woven into the edges and then secured by the seam. Failing that I do knot in a row but make sure that I knot at least two or three inches from the ends of the yarn which I then knit in and unless the knitting pattern is very plain the join can't be seen and I'm happy that it won't unravel. Hope this helps.
Many thanks for the friends request. I see you had a problem with postage. The PO always want to send parcels by airmail, so I usually say surface mail before I hand the parcel over. It often takes a couple of repeats but they get the message in the end.
My parcels have ranged from about £3.50 to £6.80 so far.
Hi Elizabeth and welcome to KAS. I originate from Tyneside so I try to keep up to date with North East news. I visited Billingham about 30 years ago on a training course. I remember staying with a lady who only had a coal fire for heat and it was only lit at night.
It was one of the coldest weeks of my life because of course it just happened to be winter.
I mainly knit jumpers with matching hats as knitting an 8" square for me seems impossible. I've recently started crochet classes which I really enjoy.
This site seems vast and it does take time to navigate, however everyone is very friendly and helpful.
Whatever you do for KAS will be well received. Happy knitting/crochet/sewing.
I find UFO's (unfinished objects) the bane of my existence too and recently was able to finish several unfinished squares I found stashed away, plus two slipovers. Great feeling of accomplishment I must say. I like the squares too because they're fast to do, less likely to end up in a bag in my closet "for another day". :P
Welcome to KAS, Elizabeth from across the Pond in Canada. Do check out the U.K. group, they're so lively and on the go, always up to something. :) I find KAS such a rewarding cause to be involved in and I hope you enjoy it too. Do check out the New Member Guide which is found by clicking "Main Page" in the header above. To reach the Discussions just click Forum above. Any questions just PM me. :) So, welcome to Knit A Square! Blankets and hats and sweaters direct from our hands to their hearts, a win-win.
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