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November 28, 2005



I hope Colin is finally feeling better. And it is always important to be able to see.

And 5 years do listen. They listen to what they want to hear and not what you want them to hear.


Sorry that was supposed to be 5 year olds!!!


get well soon Colin! are those stitch markers your creations? here's cheers to seeing the back of that FIL FO!


I hope Colin gets better soon! I loved that Cardi on elann... I can't wait to see how your comes out!

Jane Devlin

Hi, Bron.. Would you be willing to share the corrections to the lace pattern? There are a couple of us thinking about making the sweater as a vest - knitting the horseshoe lace down to the armhole and then binding it off in points like the bottom.


Thanks for the get-well wishes for Colin - he's feeling much better & didn't have to miss school either. Lucky boy. ;)

Jane - I'll post the corrections tomorrow and email Elann too. :) Your vest idea sounds very interesting!

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