8 Responses

  1. Melissa
    March 1, 2010 at 11:16 am | Reply

    Hey ladies all of your projects looks really great Im going thru a dry spell I suffer from rheumatoid athritus and feeling a little sore these day but hopefully I will be up and crocheting again and will be able to try some of these projects…1 luv and God bless

  2. Donna
    March 1, 2010 at 4:07 pm | Reply

    Love seeing your project – such a creative bunch you are! How do I find out about Illusion Knitting? Love the Harry POtter scarf. Do you have weekend hours? We’re about 90 miles N of the City, but get down on occasional wkends.

    Studio says: We are open every Sunday. Our hours are on our home page & we always keep that up to date, including any special holiday closings. For illusion knitting there are tons of free patterns on the internet. Here is the result page from putting “Illusion Knitting” into google. Click here.

  3. Frances Hill-Tornese
    Frances Hill-Tornese
    March 1, 2010 at 5:40 pm | Reply

    This was so nice. I love reading each knitter’s thoughts about knitting in their lives. I have been confined to bed since last May recuperating from there surgeries and a very painful back problem. Reading and knitting is my life right now. I have been craving for someone to come and knit with me. Reading this page made me feel better. It was fun, almost like having knitting friends here.

    Frances Hill-Tornese

  4. joan adis
    joan adis
    March 1, 2010 at 7:50 pm | Reply

    i have been trying almost a year to do socks the magic knit way, i have bought books but they are for DPNs which i don’t know. pleas can someone help me. i am handicapped so i can’t just go to the knit shop. i order yarn or send Bob to the shop. thanks Joan

  5. Lea in Roswell, GA
    Lea in Roswell, GA
    March 1, 2010 at 9:00 pm | Reply

    I LOVE the illusion scarf! I am going to have a very happy son when I finish this scarf….and I can’t wait to see the expression on his face when I show him the ‘skull and crossbones’ illusion!

  6. Lea in Roswell, GA
    Lea in Roswell, GA
    March 1, 2010 at 9:03 pm | Reply

    BTW…when are you going to branch out and bring the Studio to other cities? I am quite sure that Atlanta could and would support a Lion Brand Yarn Studio of our own!!!

  7. Linda Sparkman
    March 2, 2010 at 8:33 am | Reply

    Another wonderful idea from you at Lion! I was impressed by your using verbage directly from these artists. Good job! This really does a great job of making me feel a part of your efforts.
    Linda Sparkman

  8. Barb Hetro
    Barb Hetro
    March 6, 2010 at 7:25 pm | Reply

    just love all of your wonderful patterns..can’t wait every week for the newsletter and new ideas. thankyou so very much
    wish I lived closer to NYC so I could join you all. I am laid up with a bad back and legs and knitting and crocheting is such a pleasure for me. I knit and crochet sweaters, hats, scarves, dish cloths, purses..and just save them in my closet for giving away to friends and relatives for birthdays, get togethers, and whenever I see them. I thank God that my hands are not so crippled yet with arthritis, so that I can still do all my knitting and crocheting. Thankyou, again,.

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