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June 28, 2006



Next year I want to go to Salem for my birthday!

I'm very jealous;)


I got my needles from Knitpicks yesterda. I got the size 0's and 1's in 24" circs. They have the nicest cables I've ever seen (I pulled them out of the package, and the one needle just hung from the other... no packaging memory like other cables get), and it's extremely flexible. The joins seem really, really smooth. I haven't knit with them yet, so I can't say if the tips are just right yet, but they look good.

And what do you mean a side we didn't know you had? It's obvious you're a witch, what with all the knitting/crochet magic you do.


Welcome back.

I'm still knitting socks. Got my Knits Pics needles. Love the dpns. Fast and sharp. Poked myself and have a scar on my leg. Circulars work well. Haven't tried my interchangeables yet, but I like how they look and feel and the joins and cables are good.


Welcome back-looks like you had a great time.


Welcome Back! I missed you, but so glad you had a vacation and looks like you had a Fabulous time!


Looks like you had a wonderful time! I'm so glad!


Looks like oodles of fun!


I'm glad your back safe and sound. I've missed seeing your WIPs. I've even gone back and read your archives. Am I a Bron groupie or what?


Welcome Back Bron Baby! Glad you all had a good time (except for the sick and blisters). Looking forward to your next report.

We leave Tuesday for our Vacay. Yeah!


Hey! Thanks everybody! I'm still de-compressing from all the excitement and, let's face it, stress, but hopefully by the end of the week I'll be back to normal.

Well- what's "normal" for me, anyway. ::wink::

Linda! A Bron groupie! Wow - I think you're my first. :::grin::: Cool!

Nancy - I want to go BACK to Salem 'cause I missed so much. We just couldn't fit everything in.

Leisel & Vera - I DID get the needles & my review will be coming soon. (Hint - I think I'll be selling off one of my Denise sets. hehe)


Oh Bron, Please let me know if you decide to sell one of your Denise sets (You have 2???) and how much you want for them.

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