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March 30, 2006

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sherry

Very nice pic of you and your wrap!! yes, take the saw away!!!also love that pattern you got for your daughter's wedding. What a great keepsake that will be.

Karen

Ouch! Is woodworking his hobby? If so, I think he needs to find a new hobby. I agree knitting sounds good to me too.
Pretty wrap!

Dorothy

You sure you want to give that wrap away? It looks awfully good on you! My husband has had several run-ins with woodworking equipment, one of which required emergency surgery for a tendon transplant. The other required 32 stitches in 2 fingers. I didn't know you could put that many stitches in 2 fingers! He still woodworks, but I like to think (pray?) he is more careful!

Paddy

I just found your blog today and read back a bit. Your post about your daughter's engagment resonated with me as my daughter is just 21, and to be married in June. Thanks for the link to the White Lies site- methinks a new project is in order for the wedding.

Beth

You need to limit him to a hobby that doesn't involve blades of any kind. My dad was accident prone like that - what was his hobby? Whittling. (I'm rolling my eyes as I type LOL)

Rebekah

Oh ouch! Well I hope he heals quickly.

Nadia

You are definitely brave for doing that ruffle twice.

Rosie

Li, you look terrific in that wrap. The colors are lovely on you. Hope Chuck heals quickly. Oy Veh. I am waiting for new dining room set to be delivered. I wish I had a definite time they were arriving. It should be lovely. The silk curtains Nonna made are gorgeous. They are wide stripes of all different colors of grey blue.
Rosie

Chris

It looks stunning! Great job.

Darlene

The shawl is lovely, can you tell me where you got the pattern? And, I'd LOVE to have a the pattern for the Herringbone Rib Scarf! Do you think it would knit up well in the 100% pure wool from the coop? I find it to be similar to Manos but a whole lot less expensive :-) Hoping to hear from you soon. Your work is lovely.

Kathy Schark

I absolutely love your herringbone scarf and would love the pattern. I would be happy to pay for it if you charge, its that good

sandy

Seems like hubby might have to go 4 leaf clover hunting to get his good luck back! :) Hope he feels better soon. There is nothing worse than a hurting husband. For many, many reasons!
:)
Love your wrap! Love seeing your smiling face!
xo

Dawn Carlyon

I'd love a copy of thr herringbone rib scarf. I guess we can leave a comment anywhere? Thanks!

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