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April 19, 2009



Gorgeous! And I'm glad Gracee can eat now.


Sounds like Chuck is still in the dog house.

Sarah R

Oh, man, that is beautiful. I love the colors. I think that's one reason I keep putting off doing an Eleanor. I actually have the Noro for it...all reds and blacks...but I keep seeing other colors that I love. What if I finish it and realize I love another color more? Why, I might just have to....oh dear...knit more than one!


That is beautiful!! Poor little Gracee. Around our household "one more row" or "one more pattern repeat" is fairly common. But I'm not sure the doggies understand.


Sounds wonderful. Lady E. in Alaska! Oh, yeah and you too. :o)


This is gorgeous!! It amazes me how a simple pattern and a gradeated yarn can make such a complex looking project!


This stole is lovely. I am sure it's extremely cosy! *drool*


Beautiful and perfect for Alaska!


Gorgeous! And I'll look forward to reading about your trip, we are planning to go this summer.


Fabulous! Perfect for Alaska.


WAYG? Oh yeah, NOW you tell me. Actually, I planned to do that all along. But you know how it goes, the knitting is just to interesting to stop and weave.

Love the Lady in the photo there. Need to get back to my #2 and finish it!

Darla Gay

Thank you for the Happy B'day..yes, yes and yes..
Pls. email that pattern for your scarf. This is the most beautiful shawl I have EVER seen..and wow!!


I love the Lady Eleanor (the 2nd) afghan. Could you please email us the pattern. I have searched the internet and can't locate it. Thank you.

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