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September 14, 2006



Thanks for writing about the red scarf project. I can't begin to imagine what it must be like to age out of the foster care system and as you say be totally on your own at such a vulnerable time.

I will certainly do my bit for them!


OMG!!! The socks are absolutely amazing! I'm just speechless. Did you make up this pattern specifically for the yarn? I just love the way it's working up. They look so soft. Yum!!!

I love the ArtYarns. They have such gorgeous colorways. How about a pair of Pomatomus? I've been trying to talk everyone I know into doing them. I think I'm trying to live vicariously through everyone else. LOL

I think you might have twisted my arm on the Red Scarf project too. I've also decided to take part in the Caps to the Capital program as well. I really love the idea of the Red Scarf project though since it's helping people right here in our own country. I think that's incredibly important and it's nice to see groups focus on our own.

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