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December 19, 2009


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This is really a remarkable system...and absolutely necessary when washing 25 samples in 3 days. Wow! Good luck, and can't wait for the book to come out... :)

Deb Robson

Thanks, Joanne! You know, from your own experience, how much a challenge it is to keep big projects in order and moving along!


Oh, my! My eyes just glaze over. I can be organized and detailed to a point, but this system is over the top beyond what I could do and stay sane.

I am so thankful, that folks like you have the passion and focus to do research of this sort. I pray that some day I will have that same sort of focus for some sort of historical knitting. Meanwhile I am grateful for those who went before me and wrote about my passions.

Deb Robson

I have my disorganized moments. But I can bring all my tracking skills into play when I know the alternative is disaster . . . and/or a waste of a whole lot of work! And thats the case here. . . .

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