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  • Rhubarb (aka "Tomato") knit

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  • Vogue Cardi #19 - Knit

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  • Spiderweb Cardi - Crochet

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  • Doris Chan's Lace Cardi - crochet

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  • Fish Bath Mat

  • Crocheted Triangles Purse

  • More dishcloths than one person should EVER make

  • Fountain Lace Cardi - Knit

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March 27, 2006



What a sweet pic of Emma & her "baby"!

What is that yarn that looks like all different kinds of yarns? I've never seen anything like that!

Your Wavy Cardi is looking great!

Have a great spring break!


I'm watching.


Hey, we have that stuffed dog in our house too, but he's named Rufus ...


Margaret - That's "everything but the kitchen sink" yarn - lots of little bits & tails tied together. Wool, silk, cloth, you name it, it's in there. :)

Ok, Cyndy - that sounded kinda stalkerish. :::wink:::

Danielle - We have the bigger incarnation too - That's "Hagrid." Love those pups!


Emma's adorable. And sadly, I can relate to her weight "issues". :)


You mean somebody actually makes a yarn called "everything but the kitchen sink"? And people buy it? My word! How interesting!

Where can that yarn be purchased and dare I ask how much it costs? LOL

Amy Boogie

Aww Emma is so sweet. We had a fat dog too. It's taken about 3-4 months of dieting to get her to look like she's losing anything. I've been dieting just and long and I have yet to shed a pound.


Poor Emma! Dieting sure ain't easy! Throw her some green beans for me.
Love your yarn colors and your crochet(ed?) cardi is really looking good!


Annie - I keep telling Emma that she & I are in the same boat. But I don't think it helps her much. ha!

Margaret - It's actually called "Potluck" and the skeins can be quite pricey. After all, someone has to sit there & tie all those bits together! Plus, some have very expensive bits in them! This was a gift, so I don't know what this particular skein cost. :)

Amy - Thanks for telling me that! It's eased our minds a bit to know that it takes awhile to see results. We're not used to doggie metabolisms!

Sheri - Yes, it's crochet & thanks! I really do think it'll be the perfect "little black cardi" once I'm finished. :)

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