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« Lost In The 60's Tonight.... | Main | The Last Views Of Uxbridge »

February 15, 2005

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Robbyn

THe Uxbridge looks wonderful - love, Love, LOVE the cabling! Looking forward to seeing you in it :)

And your tropical looking yarn is quite atractive. I'm making a mental note to collect EE dyes this year :)

So spill - what's the new project?

mia

I like tropical colors!!! You are making me want to finish my Chinese Goth today so I can get started again on my Must Have

Leisel

Uxbridge looks great... I can't wait to see it modelled. I may have to put this one on my "One Day... when I've cleared all the stuff that's ALREADY on my list" list. I can use all the help I can get defining my indefinite waistline.

Sharon

AP 2372 Archeologists have uncovered evidence that in the year 2005, very few women still had discernible waistlines. Evidence from this most recent dig also suggests that many woman were avid knitters, creating such beautiful garments that the lack of a defined waist was irrelevant. One specimen in particular had such lovely buttons and cables, the excavators were astonished by it.

Nathalie

Cardi looks fantastic - wish I'd read your notes about M Leapman last night though about the dressmaker details...

my first thought about the swatch SCROLLING DOWN was ITS A SOCK! (hehehehe)

please dont keep us in suspense any longer about your new projects!
nat

Bron

Thanks Robbyn - the cabling WAS the fun on this sweater! New project? How about 5? (Ok - just kidding...kinda.)

Leisel - my "to-do" list overfloweth too - I feel your pain. But this is a pretty nice sweater....I think it deserves a place on your "maybe someday" list. ;)

Nat - ha! A sock. That's a good one. hehehe. If I ever do take the plunge you'll be among the first to know.

Mia - I'm going to your blog right now to see if there's an FO. :::Grin:::

Sharon - you're a sweetheart. :)

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