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New Jersey
About Me:
My husband and I have been married for 43 happy years and live in the "country". We have 6 amazing children, 3 daughters and, 3 sons. All of them have wonderful life-partners with great in-laws!
These great couples gave us (so far) 8 grandchildren, 4 lovely girls and 4 handsome boys.
We have lots of "get-togethers" often, spontaneous!
Besides having fun with the kids and grandkids, we enjoy to travel across the USA in our motor home
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I learned to knit (as well as crochet and embroidery) at my grandmother's knee in Europe, way back so long I cannot even remember when i started. As most knitters i have a rather large "stash", but alas, cannot resist all those beautiful colors and textures....

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Sky Blue Cashmere Cowl

Posted on February 2, 2011 at 11:01am 3 Comments

Dye Job and 1 blanket done!

Posted on May 18, 2010 at 12:39pm 7 Comments

May 18th,

. I left the original dates. Blanket was finished May1st!. Baby Douglas Jr. was born by C-section April 24th, almost 3 wks before the estimated delivery date! He is adorable and healty!…



Posted on April 16, 2010 at 9:42am 8 Comments

April 6th, 2010

Kathrine's Glacier Dress

I am still working…



Posted on April 1, 2010 at 4:01pm 4 Comments

March 18th, 2010

Had some major delays in posting. After our share of winter colds, flu's, stomach virus etc. everyone is healthy again!

Last week John and I traveled to Ohio for John's oldest brother Ed's funeral. He died after a

relatively short illness. It was a

comforting service followed with a military burial ceremony. Gun salutes, taps



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Posted on August 3, 2009 at 9:00am 1 Comment


I am back to try this again! So much has happened over the last months. We added 2 more grand children to our clan:

Erin Juliet, May 20th to Rob & Krissy, our oldest son and his lovely wife, David 3 and Abigail 2.

Matthew Christopher, June 22nd to Dominique & Herbert, our oldest daughter and son in law, Cody 13.(sorry! time flies by) 14, Xander 13 and Kathrine 20 mnts

Our youngest daughter Hilary and Darren, her fiance, are getting married September 19th.… Continue

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At 12:35pm on April 26, 2011, cherylbwaters said…
Ingrid, most of the time it is someone who is a newbie asking questions. It is too hard to explain things in the chat room to a newbie. I think KP should just forgo the chat room.
At 12:17pm on February 2, 2011, Irene Soileau said…
Your dye job and knitting are all beautiful, love that you knit toys for the kids allso that is so neat, just keep putting on pictures they are a pleasure to see, Irene
At 6:04am on December 8, 2010, Janice Aitkens said…
I just watched Miracle in Manhattan which is from the book Call me Mrs Miracle which i read enjoyed that & have another film to watch in a bit.
You & your family have a Very Merry Christmas & a Happy Peaceful New Year
Hugs Janice
At 1:45am on December 8, 2010, Janice Aitkens said…
Thanks I understand the cast off now as that how i do the socks i don't use Kitchener to cast off.
I think that this is one of those when you do it then it fall in to place more than trying to visualize it when reading i am much more a visual than reading person lol Thanks again depending if i have to go out today i hope to have a go at one which i can start later, well have a couple of Christmas films to watch while knitting lol
Hugs Janice
At 10:55am on December 7, 2010, Janice Aitkens said…
These are great still a little unsure about the bind off, if you use the cast on tail how do you get it from the beginning to the end without just having a length of yarn i would have thought you cast off with the thread you are knitting with
I have saved the instructions so now it just working out the binding off part but it may come to me when i actually do it
Thanks again for this it great & will have a go at think may even start one in the next few days
Hugs Janice
At 12:42am on December 7, 2010, Janice Aitkens said…
Thank you so very much for the pattern i think i will make a start on one, even if i don't do it on DPs i can on circular but think it will be DPs as i prefer them
Most is clear only thing is how do you do your cast off when i do socks i have the stitches on 2 Dps then use the 3rd & knit a stitch from each of the 2 Dps together then slip over the next stitch so how do you do it with the stitches on 3 DPs
Hugs Janice
At 3:32pm on December 6, 2010, Irene Soileau said…
Hi, I had to laugh out loud when I read about you and the nuns, I was a stay at home mom and the school was always yelling at me to do and that and bake this and that, help here and there all the time, after all I did not work, what did they call what we did, , sit around and eat candy LOL did not see any little elfs doing the housework. Irene
At 1:07am on December 6, 2010, Janice Aitkens said…
The wash mitt sounds great have you written the patten for it if so would love to have it
While the socks i do for DH are hard he very much a one colour person i do have some different solid colours i have used & i grabbed a bargain a while ago as i got some 100 grm balls of Regia yarn 10 in denim & 10 in a bottle green so have enough yarn to keep him happy for a while & it stops him saying about the rest of the sock stash lol
You have a Merry Christmas & a Happy & Healthy New Year
Hugs Janice
At 1:03am on December 6, 2010, Janice Aitkens said…
Your more than welcome for the card
Yes us Grandparents have our uses lol
I hope that the tummy virus will soon be gone & things will not be so hetic
Hugs Janice
At 7:39am on September 7, 2010, Janice Aitkens said…
You do beautiful work love your lace work especially
Hugs Janice

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