Proverb 3:5-6

by Lisa on January 6, 2016


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    Dolores February 19, 2016 at 9:20 pm

    Hello Lisa,
    I am a beginner knitter. I saw your coffee cup cozy in Guideposts magazine and thought I would try making some. I’m not sure about the type of yarn to use per your instructions. I went to Michael’s craft store and bought Lily brand yarn Sugar’n Cream worsted 100% cotton 4 ply yarn 2.5 oz. I could not find Piedmont yarn. Will this work OK?
    I hope you can get back to me on this. I thank you in advance.

    I like your blog and put it in favorites. Thank you for that too!

    Sincerely, Dolores

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    Gail Wenschlag March 18, 2016 at 6:59 pm

    Hi Lisa, I taught myself to knit in the fall of 1973 and have been an avid knitter ever since. My favorite things to knit are fisherman knit sweaters (the more challenging the cables the better!) and socks in worsted weight yarn. I just finished reading your book “knit purl pray” and enjoyed it immensely. I found I could identify with just about everything in it, from beginnings to lessons learned from my mother (who also loved fisherman knit sweaters). I love the scriptures and prayers you included with each vignette as much as I enjoy sharing my knitting. I call my socks “prayer socks” because I spend so much time in prayer while working on them. I lost track of how many pairs of socks have found their way onto feet other than my own and am delighted when friends tell me they have worn theirs out and would I make them another pair. I look forward to re-reading your book often and sharing it with fellow knitters. Thank you for putting a smile on my face!
    Gail Wenschlag, Bellevue, Nebraska


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