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03/31/2011

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ruth

I love the sock yarn blanket and loved it when you first posted about it - I would love to see how far you have gotten with it since the photo above :)

Katiebee

hi andi~

to answer your question~ i do have a project~ a sweater for my daughter~ before i finished it (all but the sleeves), she became pregnant, followed by nursing for one year~ that bought me a few years to finish it~ then baby #2 was born two months ago and another year of nursing~ plenty of time to finish, but no desire...i think i've now decided to frog it and start over (not crazy about the design)


seeing your projects is so inspiring to me~ i love, love, love the colors & design of the blanket in the first picture~ you certainly have a way with color~

xo

katie

sorry about the chattiness...*lol*

Amy

I still get teary when you bring up the recent scarf tragedy... oh, and that top blanket was supposed to go to me... your newly adopted sister to knit for (or crochet, whichever you prefer... I'm flexible).

Maryse

A sock yarn blanket! That will be really cute! The sadest story to me is the Noro scarf... and I hope you will knit a new pair of sock for your mom!!! ;-)

Amanda

Your croceht blankets are GORGEOUS!! My mom is a crocheter, but I've only ever made potholders. I love the socks, but it is so tragic they were ruined in the wash! Good lesson to learn, I suppose! lol!

Caffeine Girl

Oh, the story about the washed socks is SO sad! Now I'm wondering if I've been giving washing instructions for everything I've given away.

The sock yarn blanket is so adorable. I've got to start one!

Andrea Whittington Moore

You have no idea - from one "Andi" to another- how MUCH this post blessed me! Thank you for sharing that you, too, have projects you just don't want to pick up again...and unfinished projects...and addictions that are OK to have =) I'm a yarnaholic, I love all things knitting and crocheting, and I have just started a new afghan for MYSELF- first project in 6 years that I've begun with the intention of keeping it for our home=) This project was begun & yarn was purchased even though I have 5 other unfinished projects on needles and yarn to begin a host of others. I finally found a pattern for my bedroom that I LOVE and just couldn't wait to begin. So now I have at least 6 projects on needles (most likely more counting the caps and scarves buried in baskets)and I will finish them when I finish them. Thank you, Andi, for helping me be OK with that ;-)

Mary Ann Majerski

The white Granny Square afgan, with the bright colors & flower, is beautiful. But I couldn't find the pattern. Please let me know where I can find it. I clicked on the link, but it just showed a picture of the afgan again. Thanks.

Wendy

Ooooo, I'd like to know where the pattern for the white and bright colored granny afghan is too. It's gorgeous!!!! Thanks for sharing the picture!

Wendy
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    This I Know: Notes on Unraveling the Heart
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