What kind of knitter are you?

& I'm a knitting guru, lol!
"You appear to be a Knitting Guru. You love knitting and do it all the time. While finishing a piece is the plan, you still love the process, and can't imagine a day going by without giving some time to your yarn. Packing for vacation involves leaving ample space for the stash and supplies. It can be hard to tell where the yarn ends and you begin.
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above site is a nice link - I have made one of her hats, and wear it for work in the cold weather. Liz
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*I* am a Knitting Goddess, no less, grin!> Enjoy!
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Liz M
I am an Adventurer, apparently!
Abi
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*I* am a Knitting Goddess, no less, grin!> Enjoy!
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Gallagher
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*I* am a Knitting Goddess, no less, grin!> Enjoy!
I am a Knitting Guru. LOL
Thanks, Noreen! Hugs, Katherine
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Katherine
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*I* am a Knitting Goddess, no less, grin!> Enjoy!
And I love Marnie's site! I can't believe I haven't seen this before.! There are patterns therre for hats I NEED to knit! Why did you do this to me, Noreen? I thought you were my friend. Sob, sob!
Hugs, Katherine
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I have knit since I was 4and that is 47 years now! I am mostly a winter knitter and do less in the summer BUT do not know what will happen this year as I usually get the wool projects done prior to the spring and this year still have sleeves on the Chanel jackets to go and then a vest for hubby/vest for me with Black Water Abbey yarns. I may continue longer this year since I have so many projects left. My, I knit a lot of things this winter. More than lots of years previously.barbie
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P_B_Sievert
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>> > *I* am a Knitting Goddess, no less, grin!> > Enjoy!
before.! There
Being a goddess gives me the right to also be an evil enabler, pal! LOLOL Noreen running and ducking!
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Noreen's Knit*che
"Noreen's Knit*che" wrote
I'm a knitting novice. That's fine though. I learned to knit 18 years ago but went for several years not knitting. I just recently took it up again. ~Peggy
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Peggy
In article , Noreen's
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> *I* am a Knitting Goddess, no less, grin!> Enjoy!
A knitting Adventurer...LOL
Els
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Els van Dam
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> >> > > *I* am a Knitting Goddess, no less, grin!> > > Enjoy!
Does that make you a wicked goddess......LOL
Els
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Els van Dam
| On Sun, 13 Mar 2005 12:04:23 -0600, Noreen's Knit*che wrote:
Cool! I came out as a goddess as well!
Helen "Halla" Fleischer, Fantasy & Fiber Artist
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Helen Halla Fleischer
I don't know how, but I am a Knitting Guru. LOL
Janise
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Janise
I guess I'm in the minority around here. I came out a "knitting purist." I'm not sure if that a good thing to be or not?
Now, having said that I have a question. In one of the questions it asks about left and right leaning decrease. They say SSK is a right leaning decrease and K2 together is a left leaning decrease. Shouldn't it be the other way around?
Lucille
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*I* am a Knitting Goddess, no less, grin!>> Enjoy!
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Lucille
I couldn't access the site, so I don't know what kind of knitter I am. :-( However, you're right about the decreases!
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Sue W
Mine said Knitting Apprentice. Very accurate but I hope to change that!
Marilyn
You appear to be a Knitting Apprentice. You've got the basics down pat and you might just be falling in love with this hobby. Big needles, funky yarns and simple shapes are the name of the game, but it doesn't mean you don't experiment a bit, here and there. As an apprentice, you probably fall back on other people to get you through those rough spots, and if you don't know anyone who knits, you probably have a few books or online sources to tap.
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I'm a "guru" too..... I'll keep it! Di
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>> > *I* am a Knitting Goddess, no less, grin!> > Enjoy!
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*I* am a Knitting Goddess, no less, grin!> Enjoy!
Well this is very accurate!
You appear to be a Knitting Apprentice. You've got the basics down pat and you might just be falling in love with this hobby. Big needles, funky yarns and simple shapes are the name of the game, but it doesn't mean you don't experiment a bit, here and there. As an apprentice, you probably fall back on other people to get you through those rough spots, and if you don't know anyone who knits, you probably have a few books or online sources to tap.
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You know, I was thinking the same thing. I even went over to the sweater I'm working on and tried to figure it out, but it was no help because I'm doing paired decreases so the line of decreases looks straight and it's the stitches to either side that lean in toward the decrease line. The SSK's are the left of the pair so the stitches leaning toward them are leaning to the right.
Helen "Halla" Fleischer, Fantasy & Fiber Artist
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When I saw this, I had the same thought and went to go to my Vogue Knitting to verify. By the way, I never got through the test because some of the questions didn't choices that fit me. I must be a Knitting Oddball. LOL
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