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09/09/2004

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Mary

Where did he go in Africa? I bet he'll have a million stories. What kind of trip did he take?

I was supposed to go to Tanzania this past spring with Heifer International, but my job messed up my plans.

Did your son have to learn a language?

chey

I'd like you to know that I showed my scarf to my students today and they all thought it was beautiful. It's coming along fine.

amy

What's the Any Which Way pattern? Love the colors. Love the inspiration palette, too. That's very close to what I'm doing for a "gift" Charlotte's Web. I just can't show it on my site because the giftee reads my blog. So, it was funny to see two color schemes along the same lines in koigu getting ready to be used.

Jody

I too love your Koigu colors and would like to know more about the Any Which Way Shawl. I'm fairly new to shawl knitting but have a fair amount of Koigu in my stash that is crying for a new project . . .

Jessica

Thanks for your kind comments on my blog - nice words always make the day seem brighter. Love the colors you've chosen for your Any Which Way shawl. I'd love that much Koigu to play with. Have a great Friday. Can't wait to hear stories from Africa - my former in laws met in Africa during the 60's in the peace corps so I've heard many a good tale already but would love to hear more.

Margene

Pretty shawl and it will be fun to watch it grow..you'll show us, right!?
We read the same book. You should have heard to controversy in SLC!! This month we're reading Brick Lane.

Kristi

Yes, you definitely have to post progress pictures. You're the first person I know of to make it, so I'm anxious. Knit, girl, knit! And once again, I'm sorry about the 672 sts. ;)

Teresa C

Oooooh! That shawl is looking all shiny and sparkly and seaglassy to me. Yum. Glad to have encouraged more Koigu collecting. Some collect stamps, some real sea glass. We collect........

Teresa C

Hey-I think you mentioned reading Mirror, Mirror to me back when I was reading it. I loved it, then went to Wicked and loved the first three-fourths or so, then was so dissappointed with the way it was wrapped up, so to speak. I also thought that maybe Mr. Maquire was getting paid by the word, thus the constant repeat of discussions that had happened many times in the book. I also wish we could have met some characters that were so important to the story but never ever were resolved. And some characters were very important, went away and never really came back. People die, we don't know what from. When I think about it, all of these things are very much like real life, but in fiction I like things to have a beginning, middle and end. Well, this should have been an email and not a comment that others will have to suffer through. Sorry.

monica

I'm making another Oooh comment because I just love those colors and can't wait to see you start knitting!

Kathy

love those blues and greens you've chosen....as well as the inspiration.
aaaah, but have you read Sea Glass? Excellent story. One of my favorite authors.

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