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Post by LibraryLady » December 1st, 2005, 4:18 pm

LOL! Well, I don't have my MLS yet but I'm about halfway there. I knit, embroider, watch movies, play computer games, do bookcrossing, but no cats, I'm allergic to cats. Birds of a feather ...
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Post by Vlooi » December 4th, 2005, 10:37 pm

thistlechick wrote:Hello, I'm a librarian in "real" life, but have recently gotten sucked into proofreading for Project Gutenberg ( and also passing books around via Bookcrossing (
Hi There! Nice to see another DPer around

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Post by Hwin » December 5th, 2005, 2:12 pm

Hehe I'm a bookworm who knits, crochets, tats (a very little bit), spins (a very little bit), cross-stitches, and embroiders (erm, still in the learning stage on that one). :-P And I would be a librarian if I didn't like those darn physical sciences so much...

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Post by Faye » December 12th, 2005, 7:33 am

Hi everyone, I knit too! I hope to soon be a librarian in training, and I also have a cat. I think I fit the bill.

There is a podcast out there in which you knit according to the podcaster's instructions. It's pretty easy to follow, although not really my thing.

I believe the latest pattern is for socks :D I

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Post by thistlechick » December 12th, 2005, 7:52 am

oh, Faye, this sounds fabulous! I might give it a try... is it kind of like the mystery quilt projects that were going around in the "90s" (back when quilting was THE thing)? hmmm.... maybe recording the old knitting/needlework books isn't such a bad idea afterall hehehehe
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Post by pberinstein » December 12th, 2005, 9:34 am

Wow! That is an amazing idea. But she really should have pictures of the finished projects. It can be hard to follow directions without referring to images somewhere along the line.
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