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February 21, 2009


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Very pretty. Your dogs must be longing to circle, circle, circle and lay down right in the middle.


Finished is such a lovely word, isn't it?

You will love having the afghan when it becomes yours. I find that I make samples for shops, and I only get them back when the yarn goes out of production. For many yarns (Lamb's Pride Worsted, Cascade 220) that may not happen in my career.

So at least you get your piece back. You will love that one! Love the yarn you used, I have used it, too.

Still snowing in Lansing. Still Tax season but I think I'll finish tomorrow.

I want to knit something just for me. Haven't I said that recently??? Why is it so hard to do?



Giving up that beauty (even for a little while) will be a real heart-breaker.
I had never thought of combining bulky yarn and lace knitting. Hmmm...

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