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November 25, 2006

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Linda

I bet ya'll had a lot of making up to do with Emma and Arnold when the company left!

Deneen

So productive. I have to tell you, I found a sweater in the latest Simply Creative Crochet mag and it's a top down raglan with bell sleeves and I believe a Doris Chan-it takes a lot of expensive wool and wool makes me all itchy anyway. I am thinking about making it in Caron Simply Soft-been wrestling with it for days now. I just need two skeins of a tweedy color to go with the tan and brown I already have. I won't start til January, but I want it so badly, but admit I am afraid of how it'll come out made with the CSS and washing it.

Wendy

Go with Caron Simply Soft...how do you feel about that Sage Green color? I like that Orchid color, but it may be too Eastery.

Wendy

Oh, and your Shaped Ribbed is working up fast! I have lost some steam on mine and still am working on the back piece. I am taking a small break on it and hopefully will go back to it tomorrow. You have stamina!

Wanda

That's so sad to hear about the pregnant woman being trampled. That is just awful. I really like the sweater with the wide neck. That will be awesome. Where is it from?

Terri

The photos are great Bron. Such a great looking family and two cute pups too. Love the Calico yarn you've chosen for that cardi. Perfect. It should look lovely.
Have a good week! I'll be checking in to see all you've done when I get back. :o)

Bron

Linda - Luckily we were at my Bio-Mom's so Emma just had a lot of jealous sniffing to do when we got home. :)

Deneen - Yeah - I really hesitate to substitute the very inexpensive yarn sometimes. BUT - anything is better than wool for me!

Wendy - I really need to meditate on which color of Caron to use. I was in Michael's yesterday & didn't see anything that tripped my trigger - the colors were a little too bright. On the other hand, the Red Heart tan flecked yarn is really what I was thinking of ...and I've used it before. It's really soft too. Then again, I'm thinking a nice navy blue or dark green would be good for that sweater/coat. Maybe I'll check Smiley's!

I'm really tired of all that ribbing so I'm afraid if I stop, I won't start again! I got a good start on the sleeves yesterday - just 20" or so to go! LOL

Wanda - I found the pattern at Elann along with the Calico yarn. It's one of 6 in a book by Berroco.

Thanks, Terri. :) See ya in a week!

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