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  • Rhubarb (aka "Tomato") knit

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  • Fountain Lace Cardi - Knit

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October 27, 2005



Oh Lord, and here I've been trying to avoid getting invited to parties. You mean I'm doing it wrong? :)

The stitch pattern for the Julianna sweater is quite nice and that Merlot yarn is just gorgeous! Makes me want a glass of wine :)


Julianna is looking mighty nice. I thought from the pic that your stitch was bigger than the model pic; but if anyone can make it work, you can!

Party? What party? Graeme's work is treating us to a night (dinner/show) in Reno for Christmas, so I'm trying to fit back into my little black dress ("little" being relative of course).


The Harliquin sweater is liiking like it will be really nice. And I am sure that you will find somewhere to wear to besides school. And I am sure that you will be adding projects to this list.


See, Robbyn - it's the invitations I miss, not the parties. ;) I'd like to be invited, turn down the invitation & then dress up in my shrug & veg on the couch. hehehe

Marie - Yeah, the stitch is bigger but I'm bound & determined that the 3/2 cotton will work for the pattern. I can't imagine the yarn as anything else!

Mia - I actually didn't list ALL the projects....I was too embarrassed. :::blush::: So you're right, as usual. ;)


I'm so spazz when it comes to projects. I start and stop. One catches my eye; another falls out of favor. However, I never finished Penina from Cool Crochet, and I had half a sleeve left. I need to move her up on my "To Do" list.


Hmm. I am curious to see how the Zen knits up! Look forward to seeing that as well as your many other projects :)


Vera - I still need to dye my Penina & see if it's still wearable. If you'll remember, my blues didn't match for the sleeves so I decided to dye her black! I have the dye - maybe that's a good weekend project. :)

Dani - So far I'm really liking Zen. I'm using a very stretchy pattern with it & it's really looking lovely. Too bad it's so darn expensive!

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