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January 18, 2006

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dawn

wow, I'll have to go and look at the pattern. A great stashbuster! I know how you feel about progress pics, I'm trying to force myself to work on one thing (ha!), oh, the curse of being a blogger!

Dawn:)

kris

such a cool construction method! love the colours you used as well. i need an alter ego who wears boas.

Tracy

Well that's a fancy little number there, great idea and an easy one at that.

Brigid

I saw one of those walking around in John Lewis and couldn't work out how it was constructed! (I followed for a better look but was none the wiser.)

Chris

That's very clever - thanks for sharing the link! It looks great, too.

Um, re: sidebar - headlice infestation?!

Mary-Lou

Oh I'm so thrilled! - absolutely delighted to see my pattern being used, and that other people are enjoying it too ... well done, it looks great!

diana

Lovely! What an ingenious pattern. I really like your version.

Jill

Well, that's my Saturday taken care of - that scarf and 'Morse' on tv most of the afternoon.......

patti

wow- that is a neat idea! Looks like it was a lot of fun!

jacqueline

it looks fantastic on you! and seriously is there nothing better than a quick project!

Hazel

It looks great! I've just cast on for one this evening. Up to now, it seems such a fun knit and a fantastic stashbuster to boot!

RoxyKnits

Lucky you having all your current projects all sorted. I'm desperately waiting on Rowan for some buttonhole instructions so I can finish Laura and faffing about thinking about what else to start......and wondering if maybe something better might appear in the new mag. Oh decisions, decisions.

I've tagged you - info on my blog - no pressure of course - only if you want to.

alison

Cool, cool, cool!!

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