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June 16, 2008



Wow, things are growing at your house! Just beautiful! Wish things like that would grow here, but our growing season is so short and the altitude & climate limit what grows here.

That would be nice if RH didn't discontinue some of the good popular colors. This is why some eBay sellers make a small fortune selling those discontinued yarns. Did you find Tropical Fruits at that site you mentioned?

Have a great day everyone!

Plain Jane

I love the colors in your quilt - especially the rust & tan. Our clementis along with the oriental poppies bloomed while I was in California, so I missed them. The cabbage roses are just starting to come out - they're the off-spring of roses that were on the farm when my parents & grandparents bought it back in 1940.


I think the colors for the quilt look great, but I'm even more impressed by the pomegranates. Growing in your yard! How exotic is that?

Carrie K

Completely jealous. Of the pomegranates. :)

The vest is coming along quick! Too bad about the quilt but at least you've got it more mapped out now.

Of course you had to buy all the yarn now. Christmas is coming. (Uh oh. It is.)

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