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JUDY GRAHAM HAS BEEN KNITTING FOR FILMS AND TV FOR 30 YEARS AND HAND KNITTING FOR OVER 50 YEARS

Friday, March 18, 2011

THANKS!!


Oh wow. I'm thrilled to read all the posts about how much you like the blog. I just never know. I write, I make videos, I upload, I download, I take photos and I need to get feedback to let me know if it's making any difference. I really appreciate all of you who wrote to me. Thank you so much. Now I know I need to keep it going....along with FB, Youtube, the web-site and all the rest.

6 Comments:

Blogger I'd Rather Be Quilting said...

Yes, I am definitely here. I love reading your blog. I don't comment because it's usually at the end of the day and I am too tired to even think. Please keep up with your postings. I look forward to reading them every day!

12:19 AM  
Blogger Damsevni said...

Hello...

This is amazing because I was searching a teacher to learn more about knitting. After I found this website I feel so happy.

10:52 PM  
Blogger Renna said...

I've not been good about blogging lately (reading or writing), but I just popped into google reader and saw that you'd written posts I'd not read.

Of course, I always read your facebook posts. Your videos are awesome. I have learned so much from you!

9:40 PM  
Blogger Dusty said...

Your awesome. How many times do we forgot to thank those who teach and give freely so much of their time. You have a huge following, ya know how we silently appreciate and intend to comment well that is me sometimes. I know that so many appreciate all the efforts you share. Thanks for being who you are, God gave you such a talent and you give back and share with us. Hugs, Dusty

1:31 AM  
Blogger Jennifer said...

I found your "raspberry stitch" video and love how you teach. Thanks so much for helping all us new knitters out there.

11:32 AM  
Blogger cw said...

Newbie knitter and I love your blog and your videos!! Love this hat with flower - must go see if it in your patterns you post. Trying to learn how to change colors when knitting in the round. Found one video of yours - but it was only two stripes - I'm doing a harry potter scarf and it says to break the yarn each time- each stripe is 18 rows. Do I break the yarn or try to carry up the side? help!;) thanks!

12:36 PM  

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