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by ysoldateague March 16, 2007


Thank you for the comments on the camisole. More on that later.
I’d been neglecting the knitalong for far too long, so today I spruced it up a little. Everyone who has previously signed up should now be able to log in and write posts, but let me know if you have any problems with that. The faq section isn’t quite complete, because I got bored of logging into my ‘user’ account to take the screenshots and then back into the ‘admin’ account to update the page. It should give you a good idea of how to get started, and I’d love to know if there are other things you want it to cover. A resource list is probably a good idea, but if you have other suggestions let me know. I really want to see this work, partly for selfish reasons: I think it will be really useful to know how people find the experience of knitting my patterns, and I love to see them made.

I’ll finish the faq and other pages soon but right now I’m off to make dinner and knit a forties bullet bra, as you do. Oh and email my secret pals.


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