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October 21, 2004




Have you tried The WayBack Machine? Go to and type the old URL for your pattern into the box they provide. I have been able to find some stuff that way that's disappeared from elsewhere on the web.


LOL... my curiosity wouldn't let me leave it alone. I used The WayBack Machine and found it for you (it was actually the only pattern of yours that I could find that way, because it was only archived once... and, the picture wasn't archived, even though your site graphics were... go figure).

Be patient... it does take awhile to load.


Wow Bron, your DH must be a saint -"Honey, why don't you go have a lost weekend in California with internet friends you've never met and buy lots of yarn - oh here's my credit card."

Do you think you'll go for it?


You know, I have the yarn, I have the kool-aid, I even have the niddy noddy to unball my yarn onto.....I just haven't had the time. I SO want to Kool-aid dye. Thanks for the additional site


Leisel - Thanks! Are you a Virgo? In my experience, only Virgos like me get so fixated on something. ha! Seriously, I appreciate your time & effort - thanks again!

Marie - I really don't know. I certainly have some time to think about it. It's really, really tempting, I'll say that much! Of course, beyond the flight I'd have the hotel room, rental car, etc. I suppose it would depend on how fast I'm employed & how much $$ I make!

Laura - You're welcome - it's really fun & too addicting. I have to pace myself or I'd go crazy with it.


Wow! Those colors really do pop - springtime mittens, LOL! Around here it's been known to blizzard in the middle of May :)

Do let me know if you have any problems?


I think that with a little planning most things are possible in the "can I afford to do THAT" stakes. You have a year! Unfortunately, I'm having a baby, so I was thinking about the year 2010 - what do you think? Meet me there under the big clock? (I made that last bit up, dont know if there is a clock there!) Cheers


what I'm saying is do it for those of us who can't!


Hi Bron,
The paper copy is on it's way to you - went in the mail on Monday.


Nope... I'm a Leo. And I get fixated like that on stuff all the time.


Hey, Bron,

About Stitches West in February: I live in San Jose and I was planning to attend Stitches West in February. In fact, the convention center where it will be held is right up the street from me.

Maybe I'll see you there.



Definitely, Theresa - if I decide to go I'll wear a big sign telling everyone who I am. Of course, I'm sorta hard to miss so maybe I won't need the sign. :::grin::: Lucky you, living so close!

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