Welcome ladies!

Bill's picture

in the last two days we've added a LOT of women to our membership.
I wonder if the new members might introduce themselves...and mention how they found us...

Bill

subtletie's picture

Hey, I joined a few minutes

Hey, I joined a few minutes ago, I came across this site while I was searching for paterns for mens scarfs and I think it is wonderful that men actualy knit!

MoKnit's picture

Hi! I googled "sweater

Hi! I googled "sweater patterns for men" and this site came up, too. I took a peek and liked what I found! This should be a fun spot to "pick" up new ideas....hardy har
Monica

Take the journey! Knit! Hi

Take the journey! Knit! Hi Ya'll,
I too am a new lady to your group! It's great ! I've really enjoyed looking around and reading the posts! I've been knitting for almost 2 yrs now and I 've just been learning so much lately and wanting to expand my abilities and do some charity knitting! Have a new baby coming in my family in March for my nephew so am knitting him/her a baby sweater , my first! Only have about 1/2 inch to go and then can castoff! I've knit dishcloths, hats, beanies , scarves and bottleholders so far! This is my first "apparel" and I just got the BSJ pattern in the mail, so that's next and the adult pattern as well and I'm hoping to graduate for a sweater for myself!BTW, I ordered the BSJ off of schoolhouse press! Go to Knitting for children and babies then spunoff designs. It's only $3 bucks! Thanks for the welcome!
Joni in TX

MMario's picture

I didn't realize that file

I didn't realize that file attachments were no longer "visible" to guest visitors - that you have to be a registered , signed in member in order to see them and download them.

Mea culpa

MMario - Can anybody tell me what year it is?

Hi, am one of the new women

Hi, am one of the new women knitter's joining. It's MMario's fault for posting to laughinglaceknitting at yahoo groups! He mentioned a lace shawl pattern. Talk about carrots! Hope to learn a lot here too and maybe put in a tip or two. But I think you all have it covered pretty well already.

I joined a while ago and

I joined a while ago and have been quietly watching what goes on. I am an English lady who now lives in southern Spain. Since I came to live here the sun has helped with the problems of arthritis I suffered and now I can knit again.

I have been knitting for over 40 years, but I am not ashamed to admit that since I found this site I have learned at lot from reading the blogs and asking a couple of questions privately.

I found your site accidentally through another site, whose name I have now forgotten.