Hi from snowy Melton Mowbray - I was wondering if you had seen my post in the UK discussion group about the KAS 10th birthday party I am organising this August. It would be lovely if some of my local East Midlands KAS sisters were able to be there.
Thank Kathy. Me too, I found more fulfilling to knit hand-warmers and hats, lately than squares when I'm not making a blanket. I tried to do a bear .its knitted but not put together yet. Embroidering the face , which make the little thing alive is intimidating, but I will finish it. Now I yet knitting handwarmers and hat sets ant finishing a blanket for August theme, and is almost October. Cheers, DD
Hi Cathy - I am having a Knit A Square event at my home in Melton Mowbray on 19th August. I don't know if you would be interested or even available - but if you would like to know more please let me know. Rebecca
I finally did it. Did it take a third try or fourth? and definitely more rows and stitches to be a useful hat for a child. I just to thank you for all your help. Here is the final product: Cheers, diana
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