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Monthly Archive for May, 2007

I’ve mentioned before that strange things can be overheard around my home when yarn arrives.  A recent shipment from the Loopy Ewe was no exception given the following: “You got a package in the mail from a crazy sheep. I’m taking a huge leap and guessing yarn.” Hubby:”I think now is a good time to talk about my […]

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Finished Object Distraction

For the holiday weekend, I’m spending time with my family. My mom has graciously provided photos of my recent finished object – the cardigan.  This is of great fortune for me. The progress on the peacock shawl is slow.  I was afraid that recycled photos might become obvious.  I enjoyed the process of knitting this garment.  The […]

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Mouthful of Thanks

Rosered and Bells started a joint blog. They wanted buttons for their new blog. Somehow, they discovered that I might be able to help.  I did. How could I not?  Their blog is great! They talk about chocolate and brown sugar an awful lot.  Who couldn’t use extra chocolate and sugar in their blog readings? I was graciously thanked […]

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Almost Ready To Fly

When one is knitting a lace shawl, there reaches a point where photos of the shawl look the same.  The fact that an additional ten thousand stitches that feel like eighteen million gazillion have been knitted means nothing to the camera.  Zilch, nada, nothin’.  It looks like a lump of string with some pointy things poking […]

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A Place to Belong

Thank you so much for your supportive comments concerning my recent set back* with the shawl.  I have been so overwhelmed with work that I haven’t been able to respond personally to all of you.  I want you to know that your advice was welcomed and well-considered.  As an update, the patient is recovering very […]

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