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2016 OCTOBER THEME - ANYTHING GOES

Started this discussion. Last reply by mary Nov 9, 2016. 448 Replies

I am delighted  to host  again a KAS monthly theme.  There is something for everyone in this month's challenge,   so do  let your imagination run riot with a variety  of yarn, stitch, colour,…Continue

OCTOBER 2015 THEME - Grannies and Garters

Started this discussion. Last reply by Elsi Nov 22, 2015. 85 Replies

I am  delighted to host this,  my first KAS monthly theme, and what a fun title to inspire us to get our needles clicking!  From  crochet enthusiasts,  we are looking for lots of Granny Squares where…Continue

EARLSTON WED. CLUB KNITTING FOR KAS

Started this discussion. Last reply by Amy Dec 10, 2015. 24 Replies

I  am involved with my local Wednesday Club here in the village of Earlston in the Scottish Borders, 35 miles south of Edinburgh.  The Club meets every fortnight in the afternoon  and is aimed at the…Continue

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Susan Donaldson replied to Sharon Fennell's discussion September 2017 Theme - DIAGONALS ARE FOREVER AND SASSY STRIPES
"Your wool knits up beautifully, Joan, and I like the combination of muted colours."
Sep 6
Susan Donaldson replied to Sharon Fennell's discussion September 2017 Theme - DIAGONALS ARE FOREVER AND SASSY STRIPES
"Many thanks for your explanation, Gloria - you have prompted me to give it a try, provided I can get the needles - it might have to wait until I can get to Edinburgh."
Sep 4
Susan Donaldson replied to Sharon Fennell's discussion September 2017 Theme - DIAGONALS ARE FOREVER AND SASSY STRIPES
"Brilliant, Karen- and so well sewn together - something I find tricky."
Sep 4
Susan Donaldson replied to Sharon Fennell's discussion September 2017 Theme - DIAGONALS ARE FOREVER AND SASSY STRIPES
"Thank you for this link, Gloria. I didn't realise the swing needle method meant a different kind knitting."
Sep 4
Susan Donaldson replied to Sharon Fennell's discussion September 2017 Theme - DIAGONALS ARE FOREVER AND SASSY STRIPES
"An impressive set of squares and so bestifully knitted. Love the zingy colours."
Sep 4
Susan Donaldson replied to Sharon Fennell's discussion September 2017 Theme - DIAGONALS ARE FOREVER AND SASSY STRIPES
"These are so effective, Gloria. Love the colours!"
Sep 4
Susan Donaldson replied to Sharon Fennell's discussion September 2017 Theme - DIAGONALS ARE FOREVER AND SASSY STRIPES
"Wow - what an amazing collection! I love all those colourful stripes."
Sep 4
Susan Donaldson replied to Sharon Fennell's discussion September 2017 Theme - DIAGONALS ARE FOREVER AND SASSY STRIPES
"What a wonderful set of squares and I love the little flowers and other motifs,"
Sep 4
Susan Donaldson replied to Sharon Fennell's discussion September 2017 Theme - DIAGONALS ARE FOREVER AND SASSY STRIPES
"Your reply was very helpful, Karen, as sometimes my squares don't look actually square., and it is reassuring to hear they fall into shape when stitched together."
Sep 4
Susan Donaldson replied to Sharon Fennell's discussion September 2017 Theme - DIAGONALS ARE FOREVER AND SASSY STRIPES
"A beautiful set of squares, Joan, and so evenly knitted."
Sep 4
Susan Donaldson replied to Sharon Fennell's discussion September 2017 Theme - DIAGONALS ARE FOREVER AND SASSY STRIPES
"You have been busy, Karen - a wonderful collection of squares to inspire us."
Sep 4
Susan Donaldson replied to Sharon Fennell's discussion September 2017 Theme - DIAGONALS ARE FOREVER AND SASSY STRIPES
"We are only at the 3rd September, but what a marvellous collection of squares we already have.  I had never heard of diagonal squares until I joined KAS, but now they are my favourite kind of knitting - somehow I seem to knot them far quicker…"
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"Two lovely batches of hand warmers...good to see the EW Club creativity on the forum. Thanks for posting the photos Susan.  :))"
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"Yay! Susan and her knitting friends are back! Lovely handwarmers Susan!!"
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At 7:39am on December 31, 2015, Diana D said…

Hi Susan,

BBC news is reporting severe  floods across Northern England and Scotland due to storm Frank; and I thought of you. I hope you are safe and dry. Take care.

Best,

diana

At 4:42am on November 15, 2015, Diana D said…

"Hi Susan,

Thanks for such generous and colorful contribution from Earlston Wed. Club. They ROCK!! I'm glad to hear you are safe in your part of the world.

Best, diana"

At 3:58am on October 5, 2015, Diana D said…

I dedicated this square to you, Susan. THANKS!!!

At 5:16am on October 21, 2014, P. Jeanne Haessler said…

Susan are you aware you have won the award for October?  Click here:  http://forum.knit-a-square.com/forum/topics/october-2014-square-heart-award?id=3276523%3ATopic%3A544466&page=2#comments   So many kind and very well deserved comments on there. I thought if you ever have a downer day this might be the perfect antidote for you!  Love, Jeanne 

At 9:21am on October 19, 2014, Linda Maltby said…

Susan, October it is !   You can amend the title [and anything else] because the theme is all yours :-)

At 2:13am on October 19, 2014, Linda Maltby said…
Hi Susan I've sent you a friend request. Hopefully you will be able to correspond this way !!
At 7:32am on May 24, 2013, Linda Maltby said…

Hi Susan, thanks for your comment about the Tunisian squares.  My Tunisian hook doesn't have a size but when placed beside a regular hook it looks like it might be a 5.50mm or a 6.00mm.  I used RedHeart Kids yarn for the squares.  It is a medium weight #4.  Having said that, I'm wondering if your yarn is charted the same way as here in Canada !  If you are having difficulty with the return row, would a finer yarn help ?

BTW, the Tunisian tutorial is great !  I have it bookmarked and am looking forward to her next lessons :-)

Linda x

At 9:50am on November 9, 2012, Pam Antink said…

It is a pleasure Susan - thank you for your kind words, yes, KAS is a real global knitting/crocheting 'family' who care.  Knitting is a bit like playing the piano, some people are virtuosos, and, some of us are content to trundle along.  Everyone is supportive of each other's work, and, the inspired by shared ideas. I'm not a very good knitter, but loved the concept of team-working with the SA Ladies from the townships, and, taking direct action - so my best contribution is help with the organisational side of things!  Loved you vibrant coloured hats - Ronda says the firery colours go down well with the kids. 

At 6:46pm on November 5, 2012, Gitta Seyfert said…

Welcome to KAS Susan and warm greetings from South Africa :)

At 11:51am on November 5, 2012, Linda Maltby said…

Hello Susan, so glad you’ve joined us. Keeping the children in South Africa warm has brought together a world-wide group of caring knitters and crocheters. I'm also a crocheter and enjoy making squares for the children.

Great granny squares !   Exciting that you saw some of your squares and know they will be protecting a child from the cold. 

If you haven’t already, please read through the welcome message on the forum main page for helpful hints and things that might interest you. The FAQ category should answer any general questions you may have. If not, please ask. http://forum.knit-a-square.com

If you would like to try something different, you might like the Monthly challenge.  This is a fun way to try new ideas or patterns.  Every month, a theme is chosen, and if you wish, you may create something new and different......it could be making a plain square using a new colour, a different stitch or a totally new way of knitting/ crocheting.  An 8”/20cm square is the perfect size for experimenting.

This month’s challenge is In Celebration of the Plain Jane. Check out the different interpretations of a “Plain Jane” or basic square. Making the basic square is a wonderful way to relax and still help the children.  Plain Janes are the backbone of KAS.  Since it takes 35 squares to make one blanket, squares are needed all the time.

 
 
 

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