Jami McBride wrote:
Awh, the skills of a well rounded man Fred
Fred Morgan wrote:
True confession time, I am a guy, rather large (over six foot, sort of resemble Herman Munster) and I used to knit. I would here too, except we don't need anything warm except perhaps one month a year.
I know how to knit, crochet, hook weave ... and play American football.
Maybe I can knit me a hammock...
Brenda Groth wrote:
Irene and Moni, do you sell your socks that you make? I would love love love to have some...esp like the brown color ones Irene, they look so comfy..message me if you do and give me price and info..bre (would have to wait until after holidays to buy any)
Off The Grid wrote:
Also, the word is the origins of knitting began with fishermen from having made fishing nets, the process of knitting became invented. Not sure if that's true but the general understanding is that back in the day, in the primitive technology days, the men were knitters and the women were weavers.
Irene Kightley wrote:
Those socks really are a work of art MoniDew.
incandescent light gives off an efficient form of heat. You must be THIS smart to ride this ride. Tiny ad:Rocket mass heaters in greenhouses can be tricky - these plans make them easy: Wet Tolerant Rocket Mass Heater in a Greenhouse Plans