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1. I love Veera's designs. If only they weren't all out of such light yarn. A full-sized sweater in fingering weight scares me. But I think I might have to knit Hooray (http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/hooray-cardigan) Sooo pretty!

2. Totally with you on the Spring Cardigan!

3. Hehe, Ishbel seems to be on EVERYONE's list.

4. I love the colours of your blanket!


hi andi~

i've dabbled in lace a little with socks using sock yarn...haven't worked up the courage to use lace weight....you try first..*L*

happy weekending!




hooray for mitered crosses! i need to start my second cross block.

good luck!


I also wish I could knit faster, especially in the sweater/cardi area! For this category, I will always only have one WIP otherwise, it will never end!!!


I hadn't come across Veera's designs, I must say that the Celery Cardigan caught my eye straight away.

I agree about the hand knit blankets...there's is nothing cosier than a hand made blanket :)


You've inspired me with your knitting plans. I used to knit sweaters, but I haven't knit myself one in years. It would be fun, but I think I'm more likely to copy your sock yarn blanket.

Your picture of The Kitchen God's Wife made me smile. I can tell you exactly when I read it...the week before my nineteen year old daughter was born. I was home on maternity leave and was reading it. I was literally balling while reading it, and the UPS man knocked at the door. I remember being so embarrassed answering the door, very pregnant, uncombed hair red eyes, and a runny nose! Poor guy must have thought I was a pitiful mess. I did loved that book!

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