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    Question Steel/Alumnium needles loud questions

    Hi.I was wondering if you guys think that steel boye knitting needles which is the only ones i use because itís less tight feel for me are loud the clanging?Do people hear it when they are asleep in the mornings?Do people get annoyed by their noise?

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    Hi crochetknitfan, This is a very funny question. I saw this same question word for word on the Internet by Knit girl is that you? Another of your post on this forum is also on the Internet about the gauge and row question word for word including the happy faces and sad faces. Ha ha. There are replies to your questions for both of these on the Internet.

    My knitting needles don't make noise but if they did I wouldn't knit around a person in the morning that is trying to sleep. That would be rude. I bet they do get annoyed I know I would. ha ha.
    What are you working on currently?
    spoula

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    @Crochetknitfan.

    You are making a nuisance of yourself on this forum. Go find something useful to do with your spare time.
    Thanks.

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    I agree 100%. No offense intended, but that is the dumbest question I have ever heard. You can't possibly be serious or expect us to take you seriously! If you are serious, I apologize, if not, please go play somewhere else
    and don't waste our time or patience.

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    Hi Sweet Sue and MeToo, I didn't want to insult her either. She said she was a beginner with crochet but was all over the place with questions that a beginner would not know to ask.

    I am willing to help others when I can but not silly questions any longer.
    I hope that I have not offended others on this forum.
    Spoula
    Last edited by spoula; 02-15-2018 at 02:29 PM.

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    Hi.I am so sorry to respond so late.
    Omg I am so sorry that I offended metoo,the rest of you guys .it was never my intention to do so. I agree with you guys that it is a really dumb and stupid question.I should have never posted that question in the first place.i now know that some of my posts and questions were silly and I am truly sorry for that guys.I am a beginner but I was trying to understand things that were for higher than a beginner level .I just am gonna stick with beginner stuff for a while until I understand it .I know that you guys time and patience are really important to you guys again I truly sorry for that and for being offensive .I hope that after this that there is no tension and angry between us.I hope that you guys can forgive me and so that we can move on and enjoy this wonderful forum and people in it .you guys really nice and I am so happy to have found this wonderful forum and the people that are in it.I am so sorry that I offended or made any of you guys mad.
    Sincerely crochetknitfan

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    Crochetknitfan, If you are truly sincere in your apology I am sure everyone will except it. I would like to tell you if you truly want to advance your knowledge in crochet asking questions above your level of experience is not going to help you neither are silly questions. As I posted replies to many of your questions you were given the answers. Have you tried to apply what you learned by those answers? Try asking questions on you tube there are videos that show you how to do a stitch or make something simple like a scarf to start with. There are many tips and help on the Internet also. I have posted many times on here that I wanted to learn how to knit. I had no idea what a purl or knit stitch was. I watched you tube videos and I made a baby sweater. It was a little stiff but I learned how to loosen up my stitches. What I am saying to you is to watch and learn if you get stuck then post your question there are many here that can help you. We were all beginners at one time. Even I get stuck sometimes and I find help on this forum too. Also if you post a question and you receive a rely it would be nice if you acknowledge that.

    Thank you for your apology and happy crocheting,
    Spoula

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    Hi.Thanks Spoula.I now know that i was not saying thanks enough on this forum for you guys amazing help and time spend.I will from now on say thanks for you guys help.Spoula i am gonna start watching youtube videos like you said.Again,i cant say enough i'm so sorry for offending you guys.

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