I am having a "frustrated with other knitters" day. When I started the knitting group here in town, I freely loaned out books, needles and other knitting necessities. Problem is, very few of them have been returned. In fact, only one person has made promises to return the books she borrowed. I've decided, with a great deal of regret, that I can no longer loan any books, nor can I loan needles or tools unless I absolutely do NOT want to ever see them again. How very frustrating! This was an expensive lesson. And a sad one.
Then, this evening I was looking at a knitting magazine that I'd bought on e-bay before we moved to this house, and realized that the person who sold it had removed all of the instructions, leaving only the pictures. This is a Mon Tricot Baby-Knitting from s/s 73, I used mine originally to knit things for my children. When it came up in a batch of Mon Tricot magazines, I grabbed it. The other ones in the batch were fine, but this one! The person had to remove the staples, take out the instructions, then staple it back together, as the photo section was in the middle of the magazine. Of course it is way too long afterwards to post to the seller and complain.