Debbie Posmontier
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Debbie Posmontier replied to Andrea Palmatier's discussion KAS PUZZLES FOR MAY 2019
"Just discovered these...what fun! Thank you!"
Jun 23
Debbie Posmontier replied to Amy's discussion A SLICE OF AFRICA - FEBRUARY 2019
"Welcome! I love your squares!"
Feb 16
Debbie Posmontier replied to Amy's discussion A SLICE OF AFRICA - FEBRUARY 2019
"I have been posting photos and newsy comments about the monthly themes on the Knit-a-Square Facebook page for the last few weeks and I don't see any of them posted. Anyone know what's going on?"
Feb 10
Debbie Posmontier replied to Amy's discussion A SLICE OF AFRICA - FEBRUARY 2019
"This is striking in its complexity and color work. Beautiful!"
Feb 3
Debbie Posmontier commented on Michelle Breeding's group United States of America
"Thanks Helen! I did not receive the message either but am happy you posted again. I will send my contribution via PayPal right now!"
Aug 13, 2018
Debbie Posmontier replied to Amy's discussion JULY 2018 THEME- THE WONDER OF LEARNING
"Hello All!  So sorry to be taking a back seat. My mother, who is 98, moved in with us after the passing of her 100 year old sister. Needless to say, my time is no longer my own. I will try to check in here more often.  Best wishes to…"
Jul 27, 2018
Debbie Posmontier replied to Linda Maltby's discussion THE KAS STORY - Part 1
"Wonderful story! I'm happy to say I was one of the Red Heart Yarn readers who found KAS early in its work. I'm so proud to be a member of this fantastic group of people. "
Feb 22, 2018
Debbie Posmontier replied to Sharon Fennell's discussion September 2017 Theme - DIAGONALS ARE FOREVER AND SASSY STRIPES
"Looks great, Glo! I'll have to look up the swing method as that is a new one for me. I love diagonals and make them almost exclusively as each row is a new adventure!"
Sep 4, 2017
Debbie Posmontier replied to Sharon Fennell's discussion September 2017 Theme - DIAGONALS ARE FOREVER AND SASSY STRIPES
"Thanks, Karen, for hosting this theme. Diagonals are my very favorite square to knit...no worries about keeping the sides even. I'm using some self-striping yarn ow and can't wait to see how it works up."
Sep 4, 2017
Debbie Posmontier replied to Heather Mensah's discussion August 2017 theme - "Terrific to Touch!"
"Love the poem! Gotta get to the bottom of my stash for the dreaded fuzzy stuff..."
Aug 11, 2017
Debbie Posmontier liked Gloria Grandy's discussion KAS Snippets - June 2017
Jun 25, 2017
Debbie Posmontier replied to Sue Gillman's discussion June Theme 2017 Sunrise to Sunset
"Wonderful grannies for all seasons!"
Jun 6, 2017
Debbie Posmontier replied to Sue Gillman's discussion June Theme 2017 Sunrise to Sunset
"Looks great, Sue! Only the 2nd of June and 2 blankets already!"
Jun 3, 2017
Debbie Posmontier replied to Sue Gillman's discussion June Theme 2017 Sunrise to Sunset
"Beautiful colors...perfect for this month's theme!"
Jun 3, 2017
Debbie Posmontier commented on Michelle Breeding's group United States of America
"Thanks, Helen, for the thoughtful posting about the financial crisis. I have sent a donation through Paypal and will continue to send monthly donations as I can. The postage increase has greatly limited the number of squares that I can send but I…"
Mar 7, 2017
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"Laurie...forget the boxes and mail in soft plastic trash bags. That saves some on weight. Glad to see you back here on the Forum!"
Feb 2, 2017

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Knitting at the doctor's office

Posted on November 7, 2010 at 11:14am 5 Comments

I recently got permission to leave a KASbasket of partially knitted squares in the waiting room at my chiropractor's office. She also generously agreed to donate $50.US towards the postage for mailing the squares. I included some KAS fliers and rulers in the basket as well as some extra balls of yarn. There has been lots of excitement about this. Every time I've been back to the office, there are more completed squares and the staff members report lots of interest in KAS from patients and… Continue

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At 1:29am on November 12, 2015, Bev Jeffery said…

Hi Debbie.

I have sent you a friend request yesterday. Was just wondering if you would accept please as I wanted to get in touch with you privately. Thanks Bev.  :))

At 1:47pm on February 25, 2015, Rebecca Price said…

I am so sorry to be so late in replying - I have taken a while to get to grips here and I am very busy managing the Facebook Page for Knit A Square Melton,,,,,,,, and sewing in ends and butterflies for the squares we get in at the cafe where Melton's group is centred.

Thankyou for your warm welcome.  It is always interesting to see things from another country - even in these days of the internet and so many countries in Europe sharing one currency!

At 3:58am on February 15, 2015, pamela cropper said…

Thanks Debbie. Love all the photos!

At 10:34am on February 9, 2015, Beth Wisner said…
Thanks for the welcome. I am looking forward to looming some squares.
At 8:09am on February 8, 2015, Helena Tichá said…

Thank you for adoption. I prefer to help.

At 5:28pm on February 2, 2015, Rosa said…
Thank You Debbie !!! I'm from Argentina leaving in North of California !!!
At 3:56am on February 1, 2015, Katka Vyslouzilova said…

Hi Debbie, thanks for your welcome! I see the world is really small:) 

At 8:27am on January 31, 2015, Holly O'Beirne said…

thanks Debbie! its nice to be here on the KAS forum. Greetings from Dublin, Ireland. I just started my first square today. I'm crocheting it, and used the foundation single crochet method. Its a super method to start off blocks or blankets, I could recommend it to any crocheteers out there as you'll know you have the correct gauge as you crochet the first row. NIce to hear from you!

 

At 8:50am on January 27, 2015, Francine said…

Thank you Debbie. You do beautiful knitting. I only know how to knit a square but I guess that is all that is required. But it is nice to see what others can do. I am from Ontario Canada and likely share similar weather to you.

At 3:16am on January 27, 2015, eva adamkova said…
Hi Debbie, that is great.... Yeah, the world is small and all of us are neighbors.... Eva
 
 
 

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