Oh, I love the napkin! Very cute.I don't knit but I'll be on the sidelines cheering you on.
Merry Christmas to You and your family Kathy!
Fijne kerst en lieve groetjes van mij,:o)
Love the napkins! Merry Christmas! :0)
Christmas Blessings to you, Kathie...yes, simple makes happy!!xxxx Carolyn
Merry Christmas Kathie!!
A very happy Christmas to you and yours!
Merry Christmas to you and your family!
Cute napkin.Wishing you a Merry Christmas and looking forward to seeing what you create in the new year!
Love the napkins and your Ho Ho Ho little quilts. The ornaments look like fun. I found a tute on line for the basic ball so am going to give it a try the day after Christmas. Merry Christmas to you and your family!
I got this lovely book this time of the last year and got all ready with red & white yarns as well. Then what happened? Nothing! lol Thanks for reminding me about something fell off from my brain :) I will set my goal to make mine by next holiday season...
Merry Christmas to you and yours! Your blog inspires, informs and encourages me. Thanks so very much. Blessings to you and yours this Christmas and in 2013!
Merry Christmas, Kathie!
Looking good! There are many on- line tutorials, videos, showing "stranded" knitting, carrying two colors along and alternating between them. The essence of all of them is don't let the float (the unknitted strand carried along the back) get too tight. It helps to see what the knitting should look like on the back, that's the main benefit of the tutorials. You'll do great. Knitting with the two colors is much more efficient than embroidering the motifs. With just a little practice (maybe one slightly wonky ball to get the feel of things), it'll flow right along. Then you can knit Nordic sweaters to your heart's content;-) Keep us posted.
Such a clever napkin! You're up to some fun woolly times there.
Wishing you a wonderful Christmas Kathie, all the best for 2013!
well you obviously know a little more about knittingthan you let on, knitting in the round on double pointed needles! you go girl......i have tried to tackle the switching back and for with colors, not my strong suit, looks pretty primitive alot like my quilts....... Merry Christmas to you and Happy New Year
Merry Christmas Kathie!Love the napkin. :)Have fun with the knitting.
I hope you and your family have a wonderful Christmas and many blessings in the new year.Debbie
I'm not a knitter, but I admire those who do, and I turn pretty green with envy. You're going to have so much fun! And you're not taking red/white too far. You're just taking it to a new level, heading off down another road, with the clicking of knitting needles setting your pace. I do remember your little Ho-Ho-Ho quilts, and love that napkin. Have a Merry, Merry Christmas, Kathie. Best wishes from my house to yours.
Well Kathie, this is looking very good, even like a ball :-) Can't wait to see it finished!
Enjoy your knitting adventures! Hope you've had a lovely Christmas.
You have been so busy! The H3 looks like a LOT of work! I never did learn to knit. The bulbs will be fun to clean!Wishing you a happy and very healthy 2013!Hugs, Margaret
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