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June 20, 2006



I hear ya Bron - I'll probably be working on Picovoli - something I won't have to pay a lot of attention to.

Cause, you know, there'll be conversation and stuff going on :)

Sam Adams, eh? I have maybe two beers a year and they're both Sam Adams...


Sounds like a jam-packed fun time. Too bad you are so busy, as RI is only a hop skip & jump from Boston... ; ) There should be yarn stores in Minn/St. Paul to make the time pass, right? Enjoy!


I'll miss you while you're vacationing, but looking forward to seeing pics of your vacation! Sounds like a very fun time!

Oh, you would have to show me new needles! LOL They look really, really nice! Am looking forward to your Review on them.

Have a great time!
Have a great day everyone!

Carrie K

I'm betting you're just as warped as you've always been ;)

Salem! The Witch trials. I used to read/watch all about those too. Fascinating times. The idea that it might have been rye grain degraded into ergot, a hallucinogen (and a migraine drug, btw) that caused some of the brouhaha....oh, nothing more interesting, other than Roanoke Colony. Or English history.


Those needles look fab! If I had an extra penny I would order some, too. The Boye set that I have has gaps between where the cable and the needles attach and my yarn always gets stuck in there so I have stopped using them. I should write the company, I don't know.

Have a nice vacation. Don't get caught casting any spells, I want to make sure you come back to us. ;)


Hi, I've been reading your blog for a while now, but never commented. Anyway, I made Stacy last year in that same color, Crocus. You can see a picture of it on my blog. I have 2 skeins of it that I never used. If you want I could send them to you. They've just been sitting around, so I don't need them. Email me and let me know if you want them!


Have a wonderful trip-see you when you get back.


Lisa* If Bron doesn't want the yarn I'd love to have it!

Just looked at your blog. Love those roses! Didn't see how to contact you so thought I'd just leave a post here and hope you read it.

Just send me an email. Thanks!


There's nothing like the soothing sound of clicking needles on endless stockinette. I'm undecided on Scoop or Sitcom Chic or who knows?
Enjoy your trip to Boston and have a great time!


Bon voyage Bron et famille! have a wonderful trip! talk to you when you get back! mwah!


What book is Stacy from? I just love the style and would like to find the book. Could you e-mail me?


I think those two colours will look good together. :) I want to try those needles too! I'm going to order a sample with my next KnitPicks order.


NOOOO! Bron, I wish I'd known you were going to have such a long layover at MSP - I live less than a mile from the airport! *sniff* I coulda met another knitblogger in person...

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