>A Sleeve

>I have actually done some knitting:

Sleeve

I hope you didn’t get too excited.

That’s one of the sleeves of the jumper I started a couple of weeks ago.

Maybe I’ll have the rest of it finished by September.

Talk to you later,

Susan.

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12 Responses to >A Sleeve

  1. alex says:

    >hiaa susan that sweaters looking good. i don't meen to sound cheeky but if you still have that 'bond knits for baby' book/mag could you possiablby download it because i cant't find it anywhere

  2. Susan says:

    >Sorry Alex, I no longer have it. I sold my Bond pattern books on ebay a couple of years ago.

  3. alex says:

    >ok thanks anyways.

  4. >I haven't knitted in a while … my needles are probably dusty.Happy blogoversary 🙂

  5. Susan says:

    >Thank you Teena.

  6. alex says:

    >oh by the way i forgot to ask would you ever bother setting up that bond ribber again i have a feeling that if you did it would proberbly work for you now lol.

  7. alex says:

    >sorry for the misspelling

  8. Anonymous says:

    >hiaa susan hope your well, just wondering which bond is the classic the blue one or the grey one, and also i have been trying my hardest to get my lc2 to work on that 700 of mine but it won't work it keeps dropping stitches miss paterning is there anything else i can do or will i have to get a new machine like yours for it to work the only thing i could possably think of is that the yarn is to thick/thin.

  9. alex says:

    >thanks, alex

  10. Susan says:

    >Alex – I'm not planning on setting up the Bond Ribber at the moment but you're probably right, next time I use it no doubt it will work first time.Anonymous – I think the grey Bond is the Classic and the blue one was just called the Bond.You might want to try a new sponge bar in the 700. I don't know if that will solve the problem but it might help.

  11. alex says:

    >hi susan i was just cleaning up my knitmaster 700 this weekend like getting the fluff out and cleaning the oil off an i noticed that on the needle bed there are dents where the carriage had jammed previously is it anything to be concerned about?

  12. Susan says:

    >Personally I wouldn't worry about it if the machine is still working OK – though that might not be the correct answer.

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