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04/11/2012

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Shara

I love the mandala, definitely going to look that pattern up! And I love Florence and the Machine...good choice of music :)

Heather

Maeve is one of my favorites too. I have only read a few of her books, but I do very much like them. Caught in a funk? - It happens to me quite a bit.

Wendy

There you go again with the color-coordinated book and knitting/crocheting. Looks great! :)

Kathy

Maeve has never much done it for me, but she's a favorite with my Mom and sister. I'm reading Susanna Gregory's Matthew Bartholomew series that I've been reading for years. I'm on book 14, which I hope to finish before my birthday in May (I dont' get much reading time either) since I've put 15 and 16 on my wish list. There is a ton on my needles and some I'm just slogging through to finally get done, but I'm still excited about a puerumium sweater I'm working on. Spring Garden Tee is on my list for the spring, though my knitting is so slow, perhaps I should cast on for a fall cardi ;)

katie bee

you choose the most amazing colors! i too like miss maeve, although i haven't read anything by her in a long time~

we just finished season one of northern exposure~ i'm so glad you reminded me of that series!

have a great week my friend!

xo

katie

Allyson

Love it! Sometimes you just need a new mindless project. I've got a couple of projects i can't face finishing at the moment!

Pumpkin

Your pretty new WIP is seriously making me want to try crochet! It looks amazing. You'll feel like working on the sweater sometime soon, with such lovely yarn I can't imagine you will stay away from it for long.

cathy

I think we all get into a little "funk" every once in a while. Sometimes we just need to take a little break. I think our habits get to be such a routine, we just need changes, something different. Love this Granny Mandala, and the colors you choose.

Kylie

Love the Granny Mandala...colours and pattern...will have to add it to my queue!

Maeve Binchy has been a long time favourite of mine too, she is such a wonderful storyteller.

sam

I have this baby cotton cardi that I'm working on. It;s nice and light for these summery days.
PS - I just awarded you the Liebster award :)

Dona

I only read one book from Maeve B. but I enjoyed it a lot!
Love the Granny Mandala! I'll have to add it to my queue as well!

Liz

I love the granny mandella! The colours work so well together. Everyone needs a nice easy pattern every now and then :)

Mr. Puffy

My mother is a huge fan of her books too. I've not been able to get into them for some reason. Happy Knitting (and reading) ~

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