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March 10, 2006



They are both pretty but I like the woven one best. Funny how totally different they both look. Have a nice trip!


Hmmm, I'm a knitter at heart, in blood, etc., but I love that weaved sample. It just brings out the lovely colors so well.


Definitely the woven sample - there's just something especially beautiful about the linear way the colors fall. Enjoy Galveston - I spent many a summer there growing up!


Both are pretty, but I prefer the softer look of the knitting.

I'm sorry to hear about your daughter's car. I hope it is recovered soon! What a terrible feeling of invasion one has when something like that happens.


I like the knitted look best - so soft!


I love the woven one. But two would be good.
I married my husband after 4 months dating, 6 months engagement. Of course I was 31 and he was 25. Yes, a cradle robber!


beautiful...Is that a westie? what a beauty..

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