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Tuesday, February 27, 2007

I'm Italian!

Ok, what happens to row counters when they get old? Do they die à la Logan's Run? I swear many of my row counters have disappeared off the face of the planet...


Stumbled upon this "Who's Your Inner European" quiz and thought I'd give it a try.

Your Inner European is Italian!

Passionate and colorful.
You show the world what culture really is.
Who's Your Inner European?


Here's the funny thing... I already have Bovine Manure in Computer Science. Do I really need it Piled Higher & Deeper?

You Should Get a PhD in Science (like chemistry, math, or engineering)

You're both smart and innovative when it comes to ideas.
Maybe you'll find a cure for cancer - or develop the latest underground drug.

2 stitch(es):


Hi marie,
Thanks for responding to my problem and trying to help.
Unfortunately I have been reknitting this row 23 several times, and the problem continues. I end up with 40 stitches each time I complete row 23, which makes it impossibler to work row 24 correctly. I do start out with 41 stitches on my needle before I begin row 23, so I am loosing a stitch somewhere when I knit that row, I believe I have been executing S2TK1P correctly-slipping 2 stitches, knitting the next, and then passing the 2 slipped stitches over the just knitted stitch. I just cannot figure out where I am going wrong in that row. I am at

junior_goddess said...

I am Dutch (who knew?) and need an art degree. Um...ok.