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Lixer
Dec 3, 2005

What does Depeche Mode mean? I like kinky sex with a scoop of ice cream

I just learned how to knit over thanksgiving break since I've always wanted to learn and my grandma was in town. Right now I'm working on my first scarf but it seems to be coming out a bit odd shaped. As I go along it gets wider and wider and I'm not sure why. It has the same number of stitches (can stitches even be added on?) Maybe I'm knitting it looser and looser?

For now, I think it has stopped widening but I'm not sure. I don't know what to do about a scarf with a skinny end either. Does anyone know why it's doing this and how to stop/fix it?

It kinda looks like this

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Lixer
Dec 3, 2005

What does Depeche Mode mean? I like kinky sex with a scoop of ice cream

Thanks! I think I'm just getting more and more relaxed and "in the flow" with the knitting now. When I started I guess I was just very tense because I don't know how to fix things like a dropped stitch. I still don't know how, but I'm less worried and the scarf has reflected that!

Lixer
Dec 3, 2005

What does Depeche Mode mean? I like kinky sex with a scoop of ice cream

Where does everybody go to look for quilting patterns? Is there a good site online?

My grandma offered to make me a quilt if I picked out the pattern and the main fabric. I'm thankful, but also a bit worried because I don't really think that quilts are really my style. Are there any good modern looking ones that won't look too dated in 30 years?

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