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Just wishing you all a wonderful time

Discussion in 'Personal' started by oldsomeman, Dec 24, 2015.

  1. oldsomeman

    oldsomeman Star commenter

    To all you wonderful online and met friends may I wish you a wonderful Christmas.
    I hope many of your dreams and hopes work out and that your health remains good.
    Have a blessed( for the non religious...good) year ahead and remember you only live this lif once( with apologies to those who believe other wise ) :)
    Oldy
     
  2. cissy3

    cissy3 Star commenter

    Same to you Olds,
     
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  3. lanokia

    lanokia Star commenter

    Back atcha bud!
     
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  4. Lascarina

    Lascarina Star commenter

    I am glad that I only live this life once. It would be tedious in the extreme to think I might have to live it again!
     
  5. kibosh

    kibosh Star commenter

    *You could live it in a different way, the next time. One small change made early on in life, could change so much.*

    Merry Christmas, Olds, hope you have a lovely time :)
     
  6. Lascarina

    Lascarina Star commenter

    Yes. Happy yule to you all in the olds house. Knit one, Purl one and Slip The Slipped Stitch Over!
     
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  7. InkyP

    InkyP Star commenter

    Merry Christmas olds and I hope you get to travel some more in the new year.
     
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  8. irs1054

    irs1054 Star commenter

    Keep warm, healthy and cheerful at the darkest time of the year.
    Look forward with hope to the return of the light.:D
     
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  9. lindenlea

    lindenlea Star commenter

    And the same to you olds. (In reality I'm just hoping we come out the other side still smiling.)
     
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  10. Duke of York

    Duke of York Star commenter

    I found the University of Life offers courses that are more valuable than any Oxford can invent, and equipped with the knowledge I learned there, would have no qualms about returning for another life.
     
  11. anotherauntsally

    anotherauntsally Lead commenter

    Have a lovely Christmas, Oldsome and best wishes for the coming year.
     
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  12. Duke of York

    Duke of York Star commenter

    Might this be an opportune moment to ask what the difference between the two are?
     
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  13. kibosh

    kibosh Star commenter

    It's to do with the direction the mobile needle picks up a stitch from the stationary needle and the direction in which the wool is wound round to create the new stitch.
     
  14. kibosh

    kibosh Star commenter

    :oops: Just realised you might have been asking that question of someone in particular, DoY, if so I'm sure they'll do a better job of explaining
     
  15. Duke of York

    Duke of York Star commenter

    OK. What advantage does knit one purl one have over knit one, knit another? Why isn't knitting called purling instead? Or is it sometimes?
     
  16. kibosh

    kibosh Star commenter

    Depending on how it's done (by row or by a certain number of stitches within a row) it creates a texture or pattern within the garment
    Don't know . . . I'm assuming because the simpler stitch (knit one) came first, historically. I'm not aware of knitting being called purling . . .but that's not say it isn't by some.

    Where's Mrs Olds when you need her? ;)
     
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  17. lindenlea

    lindenlea Star commenter

    6ft 5ins of lovely son2 is asleep on the sofa in front of The Snowman. All good so far.:)
     
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  18. Lara mfl 05

    Lara mfl 05 Star commenter

    Unless of course you do it the continental way, where the wool is not wound round but 'looped and pulled through'. Definitely quicker as I found out when comparing it to m-i-l who knitted the 'English' way you describe. ;)
     
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  19. ValentinoRossi

    ValentinoRossi Star commenter

    Thank you, Olds. All best wishes to you and yours, too xx
     
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  20. lanokia

    lanokia Star commenter

    In a couple of year time one of us will be teaching a perpetually grumpy child and we'll know reincarnation exists... ;)


    [grumpy because you are living it again, not because you are grumpy... that's GDW]
     

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