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Give it a Whirl Thursday- Knitting

Give it a Whirl Thursday will be a weekly column
documenting triumphs and failures of frugal projects.




Do you have one of those hobbies that you put on a platform? You know what I mean, your browsing online, see a finished project an think, "WOW, I wish I was that talented!"
Mine is knitting. My grandma always told me it was impossible to learn. Well, I don't do well with the "Impossible" word.. If you check out my 2011 Resolutions, knitting is there.
Know I'm not going to say its easy. I learned from YouTube. Thank you YouTube! Something about actually seeing it be done, not just a 2 dimensional picture sure did help
My first undertaking was a dish cloth. They seem safe. Next was a cup cozy. I am so darn proud of this cup cozy. It is just the cutest thing ever. I found the pattern on Ravelry. By the way, are you on Ravelry? have to seriously limit myself on that site. I could waste hours even weeks of time!
What have you given a whirl to lately?

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  1. thanks for joining our Mingle With Us Blog Hop. Don't forget to follow all of the hosts to be entered into the giveaway:)

    I wish I had a talent for knitting. I am left handed, so it was hard for my grandma to try and teach me. I need to utilize youtube and try again.

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  2. Following you through GFC. Found your blog on the Thankful for Friends Thursday hop at Money Savvy Michelle's Blog.

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  4. Hi there. Following from the thankful for friends thursday hop. Nice to meet you.

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  5. Love the cup cozy!! That is super cute!! Thanks for following my blog, I am your newest follower! =)

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