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02/19/2007

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Gina

Your sweetheart did an excellent job with the flowers. I'm glad to hear that you are on the mend, even if it's taking awhile. I love that Malbrigo throw!

Ewe-niss

Funny part is once you get brave and use the sewing machine, you will feel silly for not doing it sooner. :-) Though I do like my socks, I am a bigger fan of the clogs. I love mine and have made pretty much anyone I know a pair of them. I remember the long instructions with the W&T's too. I use to sweat through them. Now it is a breeze. I live in mine year round. They are great in the summer at the cottage. I no longer feel the sand when walking on the floor.

Pretty flowers! Spring will be here soon.

LynnH

Wow... six sweaters? And an afghan? I've made one long-sleeved sweater EVER and never an afghan, never even thought to dream of one. I want yours, of course...

And I'm totally a crochet-chain steeker. No sewing machine for me. They are good for woven fabric but I just think yarn/crochet will drape and move the same as the rest of the garment. Never mind you don't have to pull out the machine to make it happen!

Bron

I'm totally with you on the comments. Sometimes it's just more trouble than it's worth. I still have major issues with anything Blogger, so - 'nuff said about that! ::Grin::

Lovely afghan & lovely flowers. :)

Kelli

Oh, I love your afghan and I don't even like pink. I refer to all things large, square, and meant to cover up as blankies. Don't know why, I just do. I love comfy blankies. :)

Laura

Mmm! The afghan would be my favorite thing too! I have a friend that made a malabrigo afghan and it really is lush. I should do an accounting of last year's FO's. I would probably find that I had about the same number of UFOs and total frogs as FOs. There is so much more knitting going on than meets the eye when all I count is the FOs!!

The clogs are a great color and the flowers are sweet too. :)

Susan

So happy to see you back! I somehow just managed to dodge a big bullet, keeping a head cold *just* a head cold until it ran away...I'm glad you're feeling better.

The idea of steeks terrifies me, and I don't even knit sweaters (yet).

Susan

P.S. I hate the Geico ads too. I much preferred the cockney gecko to the cavemen, but either way... :<

Kate

I love the Afgan, and I totaly understand the Flu problems. It took out house almost 2 weeks to get over it. I wish you well.

Lynne

Aw, poor Sharon...hope you feel better each day. I love your afghan, too. Snuggly.

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