Saturday, January 24, 2015

Are you Kidding Me?

No, I'm not kidding.
I'M KNITTING.
I kicked its ass yesterday!

Now I know you advanced knitters are not impressed with my little bit of basic knitting, but I am spectacularly, grinning-my-ass-off, overly-pleased as punch with myself!

Now what do I do? Of course, I think I can knit anything now. Heh-heh. Confident much? Just leave me alone with my fantasy for a little bit.

I'm so pleased, this gets a post all its own. See ya.

29 comments:

  1. Bravo! I'm impressed! I knew you could do it! I look forward to seeing what you make with your new skill. Good job! ((hugs)), Teresa :-)

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  2. Congrats on your knitting, it looks great and the yarn is really pretty. I replied to your comment through blogger, so hopefully you'll get that, if not, here is my e-mail; it's athomeonthemeadows at gmail dot com. Thanks, Heather

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  3. That is so awesome Pammy Sue! Congrats!
    Is it a scarf?
    Lovely colors.

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  4. So glad you are having fun knitting!!! Can't wait for your completed project soon I know. You are speedy.
    : )

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  5. Bravo for you, Pammy Sue!! Such even stitches! Well done. And, I love those Happy Colors!! =) blessings ~ tanna

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  6. Nice job! Your stitches look nice and even,and you seem to keep the same gauge. you are on your way!

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  7. Well done you. It looks great.Love your pom poms.
    Rosezeeta.

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  8. Woot woot!! Good job! I am still struggling a bit. Your knitting looks really nice. It would be a pretty scarf.

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  9. WTG!
    I'm a new knitter too. Finished my first garter stitch scarf over new year in fact. Should be blogging it this week.
    Going to start my first stockinette? project once I get a couple of crochet gifts out the way :)

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  10. From one who still has had her first knitting project on the needles for over six months...untouched but almost finished...I'm impressed! Good for you. I have this great desire to conquer the art, but not the "juevos" to follow it through! LOL. Good job girl!!!!

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  11. My goodness, you are on a roll with the knitting and the blog posting. Kinda hard trying to keep up with you :)

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  12. YES!!!!! See. I told you that you could do it. :-) It's a beautiful job. And pretty yarn too. Can't wait to see what you surprise us with next.
    Blessings,
    Betsy

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  13. i never knit before..i crochet, but seem nice to learn..im thinking...thanks for sharing friend

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  14. See, you can do it! In no time you'll be making Fair Isle pattern ;o) Or Nordic patterns. All it takes is practice. Have a perfect Sunday :o)

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  15. I think you did a fantastic job!!!! I am so proud of you.
    Hugs,
    Meredith

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  16. Yaaay! Good for you. I know the feeling. I'm almost done with my hat, and I'm so pleased with myself you'd think I just made a fair isle cardigan. It's fun isn't it?

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  17. Well done Pammy Sue it looks perfect, I love the yarn just keep going and you will have a scarf. :) xx

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  18. Way to go! I like knitting too but don't like it when I drop a stitch! It's slower than crochet too. Keep up the good work.

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  19. I am wildly impressed!! Can't knit - or purl! - a stitch here!! Hope you keep enjoying it. xx

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  20. I love it, and that kind of stitching doesn't roll up on you, or does it I forget!

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  21. Even those of us who have been knitting for years had to start somewhere with something simple. Your starting attempt looks good to me. keep it up.
    Susanne :)

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  22. Congratulations, Pammy Sue! I think it looks awesome. I gave up on knitting, but still hang on to a couple pairs of needles for some reason. Keep up the great job!

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  23. I'm so proud of you!!!! doncha just love it?

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  24. Your comment... LMFAO!!!! and yes let's be friends!

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  25. wonderful you go girl. YOU Can knit anything. Anything at all. Your stitches are even and lovely

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  26. I barely knit my dear so im impressed lol.. I wish to learn more as I do crocheting but just haven't gotten there I'm knitting a scarf as well in brown but im missed a stitch and have to go back lol... nice job.. with love Janice

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  27. That is great Pammy Sue ... I was sure you could do it , somebody that can make the gorgeous doilies like you do can knit in a blink. Good job... Way to go!! Now the sky is the limit:)

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