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« Happy 14th Birthday, Dylan! | Main | New Stuff »

October 23, 2006



lovely FO Bron. It looks great on you, that colour suits you very well. Long live purple preferring people!


That's a lovely sweater! Looks cozy too! And, of course, looks great on you.


Woo! It looks great! More purple, more purple! :)

[still trying to figure out if I have any yarn in stash appropriate for Licorice Whip! I wonder how it would be in a wool... ]

Bear Knits

Grape Whips looks great! Purple suits you

erica b.

Love the color purple! Great looking sweater!


Gorgeous! and look how skinny you are!!


You're so grape-y!! So cute. As usual, your FO turned out just right. I wear a tank top under mine, but definitely can't go "solo"!!


Great sweater! I have always loved purple, but now I'm wondering why I don't have more of it in my stash. I must fix that!
I feel bad that I never thought of how you must of felt when you were separated from the boys during the lockdown. How awful for you! You do work at their school, don't you?


That looks lovely on!

LB Suede-I swear it grows as you use it. I still suggest a cotton chenille-look on ebay for cones of it-I know you like the "good stuff", but it can't hurt to peek.


Pretty! I love the purple. By the way, it is employee appreciation week, so I can get the LB suede for you at half off.


Wow, it really looks great. Sounds like you like how it turned out as well. Happy birthday to Dylan too!


Grape-a-licious! It looks wonderful on you.


Thanks, everyone! Purple is definitely posh in my book!

Deneen - I like the best stuff I can get for the cheapest price. ;) hehe But yeah, I know what you mean. I've taken Wendy up on her offer - paying around $40 for the yarn is much better on my wallet AND my conscience. ::Grin::

Linda - Yeah, we were at the same school. And...on that day of all days I'd left MY cell at home! I couldn't even call Doug to let him know we were ok. Even though it's "forbidden" to use cells because of misinformation coming both ways, I still bought the phones for the kids. I figure they can sue me for using a phone if it happens again. ::wink::

Awww...thanks for the "skinny" comment Karyn! I'm once again stalled on the weight loss front so that was nice to hear. :)


It looks fantastic. I swear you have no hips. :o)


hey your sweater turned out great!
congratulations =)

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