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July is a great month to be knitting

I apologize for my lack of action in our men who knit group.  I am still around, extremely busy with my MSN group and learning to Quilt.  I am embarking in a very interesting craft alongside knitting and crocheting, quilting. 

 

I have gone to Puerto Rico to visit in January and I am have been back.  What else?  Just enjoying this beautiufl life one day at a time.   Got a tatto, and I am planning my 30th High School reunion in 2008.   Growing my beard  and thinking of making some new knitted hats.

 

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Holidays are here

I have not written much, but my scarf is coming along .  It just takes me a long time to knit, unless is a cable sweater, which I love.  I am looking forward to the new year and have in my goals make  some socks, which Ihave never done before.  I may even try ti knit a cap with the foru needles first before I do the socks.  I got mysel a nice holiday present, a set of Boye's circular needle set with interchangeable  needles.  What can I say I am a good bad boy.

 

 

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Scarf coming along

I think that one of the things that I like about kniting is the time it takes me to do certain things.  Patience is required to come up with the design and colors for such a simple item as a scarf.  Here is the progress so far.  I like long scarfs and this one looks like it may be one of those.

Step Two Xmas Scarf 

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Stitch at the LGBT Center

I was planning to go to the center today and work on my scarf.  I decided to wait until next year.  I have been very busy with a new crochet group on MSN   http://groups.msn.com/crochetdepot .  This is part of what I do.  I am still knitting my scarf and got some nice yarn from a store in Daly City call Beverly's Crafts?  Anyway it is a big store with lots of yarns, I will remember that for next time.

 

 

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Of craftiness and sadness

Some of you knew Grannyguy, from Crochetdepot.org.  He was my friend and the friend of a lot of you.   He wanted to learn how to knit, I did webcam training with him, but I was not a good teacher, we laughed he could not cast on as I taught.  Today I am a bit sad, Scott and I developed a fast friendship, we liked each other a LOT.  Nevertheless we were flirting friends.  His health has not been very good, I called him every day to cheer him up.  I was not able to talk to him since Tuesday, last nite he came to visit in a dream to tell me he died. I was disturbed by the dream and woke up, and he was sitting by the side of the bed, then he vanished.  I loved him very much I wanted him to join this site.  He will be missed, but will be present in our memories for all times.  Thanks for the opportunity to express my emotions.  Andrito ama a Tito.

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Holiday Scarf

 Xmas Scarf

HI Everyone:

 

I was inspired by a friend of mine on the net,  http://colamanknits.blogspot.com  , his sweater gave me the inspiration for this scarf which I may bring to the Community center to continue my work with the inspiration of the other peple as well.  Anyway it is on of the projects I have for the holidays along with my hats.

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Scarferrific scarf

Knitted Scarf

This is a scarf I made in 1997, I also knitted a sweater with the matching colors.  It was a very beautiful sweater. Very Heavy. It had all kinds of yarn, from Icelandic Wool, to some mohair to acrycic.  I may get motivated and make some sweaters, I want to buy those  detachable circular needles.  Does anyone has them, the ones you change the tips, How will you rate them.

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Works in progress

Knitted Hats

Hi Everyone:

My name is Andy, I live in San Francisco, I work with knitting and crochet. I have been Knitting since 1988.  Right now for the holidays I am working on some Knitted hats, nothing fancy like David's cabled skull cabs, but cool enough to say nice hat.  Have a nice weekend.   Here is one of my hats, half acrylic, havlf chunky wooll ease.

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