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March 23, 2011



Wow, that blue is so gorgeous--even more gorgeous, spun up. I need to twist my plies more tightly, I think.

Lovely stuff!


Wonderful to see you and your beautiful spinning/knitting back! Enjoyed reading about Rabbitch. I met her last year at our fibrefest in Olds Alberta. How's the gardening going? Pond?

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I love knitting too, its my way to disconnect and feel good and also to create something nice and useful for my family and my friends. And the pleasure is bigger when my work is appreciated by others.


How did your present for Grandma turn out? I felt much the same when shopping last month with my MIL; she had never seen Noro and its long color runs, and kept pulling me over to look at something made from it, so I had to buy a skein in her favorite colors. Better to knit for someone who will really, really appreciate it!

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