Thanks Mindy!

So how do you translate the patterns? I mean do you speak Japanese or do you just use a dictionary or are the magazines just meant for inspiration, or do you have a Japanese speaking friend? Sorry so many questions. I have just never translates a pattern and I'm curious...
If I had money to buy Noro and that book I just might join you on the Klaralund-Along. So have fun and I'll be with you in spririt.

Posted by Georgia at August 2, 2004 01:16 PM

Ditto all the questions Georgia asked. The patterns look great...and the frogs are sure cute :)

Posted by Amy at August 2, 2004 01:27 PM

Now, you just KNOW that I love all things frog :-)

Those mags look wonderful. I LOVE browsing through them. I don't understand anything at all in them, but I enjoy looking at the designs and how they're styled.

Posted by Becky at August 2, 2004 05:32 PM

you've discovered my weakness, magazines! i have piles and piles of them at home not about knitting but i am starting to get a large stack of knit ones now. i don't have any of the ones you have and they all look so inspiring. gotta get me the new rowan!

Posted by Thuy at August 2, 2004 07:27 PM

Hi ! I love Japanese knitting magazines too! I have a lot. In fact, I only use Japanese pattern when I just start knitting. Although I don't read Japanese, I can read their chart pattern. It is quite easy if you know the "technique". If you need someone to translate the pattern for you, let me know and see what I can do for you.

Posted by Eva Shiu at August 2, 2004 09:24 PM

funny thing..On a recent trip to a local park I saw a frog by a pond , and you and your knits came to mind.. happy knitting !

Posted by nasheikah at August 7, 2004 07:03 PM
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