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March 21, 2007


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Wowie, Deb. This is what you do when you're busy? I wish.

I'm knitting garter stitch and a wristwarmer with no shaping. Some days I'm knitting 20 stitches. Some I'm lucky (I guess) when I get stuck waiting somewhere and I might as well knit.

But focused work? Not this week.

Thanks for the photos. Your sweater is wonderful.

Kristi aka Fiber Fool

I never fail to be awed at the magic of wetting and blocking :-) It is just gorgeous!


This sweater is a work of art. I am so impressed with your ability to express it all in such detail, too. I am plodding along with a couple of very simple designs, and you know? sometimes, that's all I have the mental energy for just now...someday, I'm undertaking a sweater like yours, you are a role model!


The sweater is so beautiful! I think the colors are incredible.

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