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10/24/2012

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Jesse

The afghan you crocheted IS gorgeous! It's not just the photo :) although it is a beautiful photo :) I wish I could find the endurance to finish a granny blanket... I never can. I started on recently, so here's hoping!

Marie Antoinette is darling!! Love love love her!!

karen

There is something about having a sister! I love mine and we are very close. Great photos of your creations :)

Lisa

My little sister (13) has a pretty long list of things she wants me to make her for Christmas. I don't think she realizes I'm in college sometimes. Anyways, I love the doll, she looks lovely and I know your sister must just love it!

Angela

What a beautiful doll! I can see why your sister loved it. It's adorable! You are very talented Andi.

Pumpkin

It is so sweet that you make such lovely things for your sister. That doll is wonderful, her wig is so cute! She is definitely good at taking photos, I'm thinking that it probably runs in the family.

José

Wow, that doll... ! Big ups to you for finishing it ! It looks like a nervewrecking project to me I admit.. those tiny details and all... But I can totally see why your sister loves it ! ( and am somewhat relieved that I have a brother instead... :-) )

meghan

I love Marie Antionette. What great details on the whole doll. I guess you can't blame her for having crazy eyes. It didn't end very well for her did it. I live near French Azylum in LaPorte, PA. Some French aristocracy fled there during the Revolution. It was rumored that they had prepared a place for her but she was unable to get there. Some people stayed in LaPorte but many returned to France after Napoleon allowed them safe return. Helps to pay attention during the video tape tour.

katie

hey andi! long time no see~ i've been in computer hell and have missed all the bloggy goodness~ love the afghan, your colors are always so amazing~ lucky sisters...the both of ya!!!! off to visit your sisters blog!

ps,,,i'll be sending you a little package this week~

xo

katie

Maryse

Sisters are the best! I've had dinner with mine this week, we really enjoyed it! Have a great weekend!

Lolly

I think Marie is amazing! I'm having some knitting envy, I'll admit. She looks very challenging, but so worth it :)

lori

you have a sister! she is adorable and your knitting for her is adorable! i'm mad at my internet (or lack of) that made me miss her giveaway. i love that you knit for her andi, what a sweet post!

p.s. the doll does look complicated!

sam

That's a beautiful blanket Andi. Your sister is extremely talented with the camera. Hey, not sure if you do this kind of thing, but I just nominated you for a beautiful blogger award. x

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  • “To live content with small means; to seek elegance rather than luxury, and refinement rather than fashion; to be worthy, not respectable, and wealthy, not, rich; to listen to stars and birds, babes and sages, with open heart; to study hard; to think quietly, act frankly, talk gently, await occasions, hurry never; in a word, to let the spiritual, unbidden and unconscious, grow up through the common. this is my symphony." ~w.e. channing

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    This I Know: Notes on Unraveling the Heart
    Local Girls
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    The History of Love
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    The Ghost at the Table
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    The Invisible Bridge
    Sarah's Key
    When We Were Strangers
    The Magic of Ordinary Days
    An Unfinished Life
    Change Me into Zeus's Daughter: A Memoir
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