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09/26/2010

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Maryse

I'm flattered that you like the little pink hat I just finished! It is so quick to knit and looks so sweet! Anyways, that may be that our tastes are very similar ;-) I love the Peaks and Valleys scarf and Janet's designs as well. Yours looks beautiful in those colors. Thanks by the way for the chowder receipe the other day! Reading about your stew reminded me that I was forgetting about it! I had a nice and restful Sunday as well! Have a good week!

Emily

Ok, that ripple is FABULOUS! I love it! Your sister is lucky--she gets all kinds of fun stuff! I finished a shawlette and now I'm back to my ocean waves scarf. Me? A Scarf? Yes...and I will finish it, too.

Andrea

That blanket is beautiful! Love the colors in it, will be so nice to cuddle under this winter.

Love your scarf. Just beautiful.

ruth

Andi your ripple looks lovely. I so wished I could have found a Hobby Lobby when I was over in the US as that yarn looks great!

Marilyn

I did the same thing.... ....you know, "cook comfort food and it will come"....the temperature rose to 99F....so I went back to cold chicken!!!
Great job on the FOs...hope the weather cooperates so you can wear your scarf....or the sister can!!! :)
Those links were great too....that first shawl is to die for......wish I could knit things like that...sigh...have a good week sweetie pie!!!!
M

sam

The ripple blanket is a beauty! As is that lovely scarf. Lucky, lucky sis :)

Monica C

I love the blanket and scarf. Can't wait for it to cool down. Hell I may even wear it with a cute pink t-shirt. Lucky me.

Alice @ Crochet with Raymond

the scarf is just gorgeous! I'm not much of a knitter, but if it's not too complex I could posiibly do it!
Love your blog, I popped over from icrochet... see you soon!
XXX

Janet

I'm so hopelessly behind that I missed this great post! I LOOOOVE the ripple (what is it about ripple afghans that make me want to do one IMMEDIATELY?!) Why have I never tried I Love This Yarn? It's got great colors.

You're so generous with your praise of my patterns -- and thank you so much -- but the praise should go to *YOU* - for your knitting and yarn choice! It's fabulous! (Lucky sister!)

The stew looks delicious . . . I should make one too!

jane

love that ripple afghan! so colorful!

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