What kind of knitter are you?


I don't know if this quiz already passed here, but anyway:
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'am a beginner, not a surprise to me LOL
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Anna Maria
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Anna MCM
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> I'am a beginner, not a surprise to me LOL>
Anna Maria, I did the quizz, but could not find the answer anywhere, I went up and down the page, Anyway, I know what kind of a knitter I am, so it does not matter what the outcome was....LOL
Thank for sharing.
Els
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Els van Dam
Hi Els,
After you checked the last question, there was a submit button and that takes you to your results. I'm a knitting adverturer. Thanks Anna Maria for posting it, I hadn't seen this one.
Hugs,
Nora
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norabalcer
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I'am a beginner, not a surprise to me LOL I am a Knitting Guru; I am impressed! "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."
Katherine
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Katherine
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I'am a beginner, not a surprise to me LOL>
I took this ages ago, but wanted to see if I'm STILL a knitting goddess. (I AM, lol!) You appear to be a Knitting Goddess. You are constantly giving and are unconcerned with reward, you simply want others to love knitting as much as you do. If someone wants to knit miles of novelty yarns, you are there for them. If someone wants to learn short row shaping, you can help. There are no taboos in knitting, only opportunities to grow. Everyone should have friend like you around if they want to learn to knit, and there's a good chance that your passion has rubbed off on a few others.
JM2C Noreen
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I'am a beginner, not a surprise to me LOL>>
Now, that's impressive, Noreen!
Hugs, Katherine
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Katherine
I'm a Knitting Adventurer...but I guess I knew that years ago when I started knitting with non-yarn materials: pantyhose, wire, and embroidery thread. --carolyn in cary,nc
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Carolyn Kotlas
In message , Carolyn Kotlas writes
I suppose this is a good thread to de-lurk. Hi everyone.
I came out as a knitting adventurer, too, which wasn't a surprise since my most recent project was a bag knitted from old carrier bags which I cut into strips.
I'm not a terribly experienced knitter but I am an experienced crafter and I prefer to dive in and learn as I go along making a real project, rather than knit endless garter stitch scarves or whatever.
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M Rimmer
I am a Knitting Purist which definitely didn't come as a surprise. I have been accused of being a food snob too many times to be insulted by it anymore! lol!
LauraJ
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Laura J
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Hi, and welcome to the group! I was a godess, but I would say that an Adventurer would be more like what I "THINK" I am!
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Aud
I am a yarn snob. I simply will not knit with acrylic. I grew up on a farm and we did not have acrylic sheep so never learned to knit with it. I only knit on wool; once or twice with cotton. /barbara
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bdiane
Hello, and welcome to the friendliest group on the net. Now that you have de-lurked, stick around and post some more.
Katherine
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Katherine
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I am a Knitting Adventurer. Sounds pretty good....I am trying to be more adventurous and try things I've never done before.
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BonnieBlue
Welcome to the best group around. Please tell us more about your projects. Also, we love pictures so if you have a link to some of the items you have created, please post that. Carol in TN
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Carol in TN
Even after perhaps 25 years I still drop stitches like crazy. I gave it up for a while then offered to help someone learn to knit on sunday. Last night I thought I'd practise a bit first, tried to do a swatch of knit and purl stitches, starting with 5 loops on the needle. After 5 rows I had 2 loops left on the needle... I seem to have visited the Twilight Zone ;-/
David
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