Greetings

knitlady's picture

I'm new to this site, so if I make a mistake please correct me.

I am part of a knit/crochet group in Harlem, New York. The members there are friendly, artistic, and sharing. Saturday I witnessed how a man and little girl were welcomed, and taught to knit.
Each person's project suggests a story. The choices of colors, stiches, and yarn is amazing. This always inspires ideas for my future projects. Am always interested in new things about our craft. Anyone seen "knitting with a thousand strands of yarn"?

Am I long winded, or what?

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phew's picture

No, you are certainly not

No, you are certainly not long winded. Wait until you read some of my posts. Welcome to a group that has helped me not only with knitting but the problems that go along with it. Stories and knitting, huh? Do mysteries qualify?

John

Joe-in Wyoming's picture

I sometimes think it is a

I sometimes think it is a major mystery as to what I was thinking when I began any certain project...;-P

scottly's picture

Welcome, I'm excited to hear

Welcome, I'm excited to hear more about knitting in Harlem. It would be so cool if you could post pictures of projects that you and your group create. I love hearing about other knitting communites.

Joe-in Wyoming's picture

Welcome to our merry band. I

Welcome to our merry band. I hope you enjoy the community as much as I do. I also like the way you describe knitting as a story...it will make me look at my pairs of socks in a whole new light. Especially as I link them to fond memories already; like the pair I was knitting in New York's Riverside Park when the Chinese grandmothers gave me a "thumbs up"!

gardenguy42's picture

Welcome! I really like the

Welcome! I really like the way you describe knitting projects as telling a story. I will have to review my projects from the last few years and see what story they are telling about me. Cheers to your group too!

akkamaddi's picture

Welcome! As for knitting with

Welcome!

As for knitting with 1000 strands, I think I saw her in a demonstration video on YouTube. She used two log-sized knitting needles, and was handling the "yarn" with both hands. I think it was the same woman.