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  • Doris Chan's Lace Cardi - crochet

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December 26, 2004



That button is indeed perfect.It will be beautiful.
We had a great food,fun,presents and lights day too. :0)


I don't drink coffee, but I love the aroma of it brewing! Looks like you got a nifty new maker for XMas :-) Dylan's sweater is very handsome, and I love the buttons! One Fine Yarn is one of my fave vendors. Very reliable. Happy New Year, m'dear!


Hi, Bron:

Sounds like your holidays were happy - glad to hear.

Your new project plan looks great, the button goes so well with that siena colored yarn.

I cast on this weekend for the Lautrec bolero from the Jean Moss book Sculptured Knits. I found the perfect button for it today at JoAnn's fabrics.

Here's to a creative, happy new year.



Oooh - Your Petroglyph is going to be VERY cool! If wishes were horses and all that, but somthing my shape shouldn't wear something that shape. I bet it's smashing on you though :)


Heh, I'm making my holiday rounds all ready. It's only December 27!

Looks like you had a perky holiday. Have a restful week.


Emma - glad you had a lovely Xmas. :)

Amy - Happy New Year to you too and may all our projects be perfect! Stay up & party for me on the 31st, eh? I'm usually in bed by 9. ::grin::

Theresa - I'll say that great minds are thinking alike for the new year. :) Truly - the perfect button/buttons can make the project.

Ah, Robbyn. I plan on it being soon as I lose just a *wee* bit more. (I'm calling the pounds *wee* just so I don't freak out!)

Much better late than never, Marcia - I hope you're having some well deserved down time. :)

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