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November 29, 2006

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yvette

Hmm lots of nice projects, I do like the slipover for your Dad.
We haven't seen Deadwood either, sounds like something my lot would like.

diana

What lovely new projects you have going. Hmm, I think I need to get Rowan Pipsqueaks.

caroline

Girl, you are my shero...I've got one sweater on the go and can't seem to pick it up with any consistency. Can't wait to see all these FOs.

hPNY knits

nice line-up. I have also found myself away from socks since Socktoberfest ended. i think the weather calls for bigger things

dawn

Um, three weeks and four days to Christmas and you're planning on knitting more than one pair of socks?? You need to get your skates on! Other than that this seems a very balanced wip collection!

Anita

Lots of interesting things to keep you busy there!

I loved knitting Ene's Shawl - I was genuinely sad to see that one leave the needles but it is quite satisfying to see the stitch count falling all the way....

Lisa in Toronto

An stray thought for the slipover - could you knit a front to the same level as the back, then join them to continue in the round?
You can then seam the slits at the end.
May be worth a try?

Jill

That Wensleydale stuff is lovely - the newish shop in Vauxhall stocks it if you are up that way (but check opening hours). I take it that the slipover is not a Christmas present - at least not this Christmas? Or have you borrowed Polly's elves in the attic?

suse

I always feel so relieved when I see others have multiple projects on the go too.

I loved your competition recently - sorry I missed it. I cannot believe how much sock yarn you have stashed! I laughed out LOUD.

ruth

love your projects - I'll watch closely for progress on Ene's which I love but lack the courage to tackle. I too have Touch 2ply from Ally Pally so if it works for you, it could work for me too!

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