Hey no problem. Look forward to receiving them. I am just finishing a couple of blankets for the charity Sands (stillbirth & neonatal) then I will back to the squares. Not doing alphabet need to cool those needles for a while. regards Shirley
What I love about KAS is that every square, however expertly or INexpertly crafted, is welcomed and used. And in that uncritical atmosphere, members are free to grow in their knitting and crochet knowledge and skill, supported by friendly crafters who are themselves at many different points on the journey to yarn expertise!
I remember reading a comment shortly after I joined Square Circle forum, to the effect that a novice knitter had decided that it was more important that a child be warm than that her squares be perfect. And that's the guiding philosophy here; I love that!
Welcome to Kas, jacqui from across the Pond in Canada! I find KAS such a rewarding cause to be involved in and I hope you enjoy it too. Do check out the New Member Guide which is found by clicking "Main Page" in the header above. To reach the Discussions just click Forum above. Any questions just PM me. :) Welcome to Knit A Square! Blankets and hats and sweaters direct from our hands to their hearts, a win-win.
Hello Jacqui, welcome to the forum. As Donna says, do join the UK group, we'd love to have you. This site has become very big now and there's so much to look at and get used to but if you have any queries just ask - everyone is very friendly and supportive and there will always be someone happy to help.
Welcome, Jacqui, to Square Circle Forum! I have so much enjoyed being part of this vibrant, helpful, upbeat community over the past half-year or so! It's great for advice, friendship and just finding a smile to brighten your day.
Oh, and DO join the U.K. discussion group -- from bargain yarn hints to knitting events, there always seems to be something interesting going on there!