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02/12/2007

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Ewe-niss

Ooooooooo.... Beaded Scarf - saving the best for last! And you look great too - glad that you are finally better.

Chris

So glad you are well. I am on day 2 of a stomach flu, it's winding down. What is it with being sick and no knitting! I wasted 24+ hours I could have been knitting.

Pat K

Hurrah for feeling better! Great knits, and especially the scarf.

LynnH

I am SO glad you are well already. I was out I think 32 days, here you got by with a mere week or so. Thank goodness!!!

And I'm thrilled and delighted to find the Goddess "perfect hug" shawl here... I knew you were considering one but had no idea you had even started it. (beaming...)

Remember to be good to yourself and stay well now that you feel better!!!

Pooch

So glad that you are feeling better and the needles are clicking. Even though you are up and around, it usually takes a while to really "shake the bug" so be sure to rest! I pray that you stay well.

:)

Laura

Hmmm.... and here I was hoping to find sage advice about Audrey's "too big back". Other than taking the sweater apart and reknitting the back, I don't know of anything that really could be done. Darts. Um, probably not.

The beaded scarf: perfection. Beautiful. The color, length... everything. I bet it's so drapey and slinky feeling. It's perfect with that pin too. Very nice to have such a lovely accessory. :)

Karen

I'm so glad to hear you are feeling better!

You were very productive before you got sick. Everything is lovely and Audrey is especially beautiful!!

Gail

I'm glad you feel better. All the FO's are beautiful. I say wear the Audrey!

Laura

Hmmm.... just saw this little tutorial by Bonne Marie Burns about downsizing a finished knit. Maybe.... just maybe....

http://www.chicknits.com/ttdownsizing.shtml

Julia

So glad you are feeling better, and so productive! Maybe Audrey could be re-blocked and maybe if you tugged a bit south on it, it would tighten up the gapiness. I don't know, I just know that sometimes a serious brute force blocking can fix a lot of issues. Otherwise, it seems lovely from here. But I know what it's like to knit something and not be thrilled with the way it fits, I gave away a Twist (from Bonne Marie) when it didn't fit. Knittin' with beads? Eh, I'm not so much into embellishing. I think I might be nearing FO status on a few things here finally.

julieloves2knit

I'm so glad you're feeling better. I've always wanted to do a beaded something - I've got a wonderful book full of projects - too little time, too much knitting!!

Vera

Great FOs!

Kat

Sharon, I am glad you are back in the land of the living! I am hungering for a picture of your "Touch Me" goodness that you are knitting! Your knitting creations always inspire me! I wanted you to know that the "Spinning Siren" was tempting me recently, but I plugged my ears and avoided all temptation! :-) Have an awesome weekend! Thanks for sharing with all of us!

Jessica

Audry is just beautiful! Sorry the fit is not what you wanted but you definitely have a beautiful sweater there. Glad you're feeling better too!

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