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    Thursday, March 18, 2010


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    I love the subtle variations in the reds there.


    Very, very nice reds. A 37-stitch Corrugator should keep you busy for a while!

    Margaret in Ontario

    Beautiful! (And thanks for the reminder -- still haven't done my Cook's Garden seed order yet!)


    Love the subliminal gardening in that photo...


    I want to be pain-free and knitting again. Lucky you.


    There must be Red Scarf fumes in the springtime air, or something. I just cast one on myself earlier this week -- a 30 stitch One Row Scarf, which is my go-to design. It's my first time knitting with Cascade 220, if you can believe it, and I'm loving it. So glad to hear you can knit without pain again!


    Good for you for sticking it out with the sweater! The red yarn is lovely. My daughter cast on for a Red Scarf contribution this week as well. Guess I better get a move on with mine!


    Hey! Wait for me...! (Rustling around in my stash for some red yarn).


    Hey Norma you mention the use of Mucinex for sinus issues. This is not the first time I have heard of that and I am just wondering if you find that it works, because the Mucinex package does not mention using it for sinus congestion. I ask YOU because you seem to be well-informed and usually take the natural route whenever possible, so I presume if you are taking the meds it is with good reason. Love your blog!


    Oooh Pretty reds and the Corrugator is Simply The Best! Glad to hear you're pain free now :^)

    Seanna Lea

    Beautiful. It has great stitch definition.

    I need to start my seeds presumably this weekend (or should have started them earlier). It looks like there will be some playing in the dirt this weekend!


    Ah, happy day - knitting again! And I agree that an instant gratification project like a scarf is just what you need before jumping back into the Calmer sweater. Lovely yarn for that scarf, BTW.


    I agree that Mucinex helps with sinus issues, though my doctor warned me that I should not use the "D," as it could(and does)aggravate my asthma. Neti pot is still my go-to for sinus issues.
    Nice scarf!


    I love that yarn...very pretty and subtle color changes. I love the Corrugator pattern, but for some reason it tends to kick my butt. I can knit lace if I have to, but the corrugator gets the better of me...go figure.


    Woo Hoo! Love the red yarn!


    Nice yarn! And am so glad you're pain free. And I'll bet that once your knitting mojo has returned in full, and you're comfortable with knitting, the Calmer will bow to your wishes.


    I'm so glad you're feeling better and hope that the sinuses start to behave soon.

    elizabeth a airhart

    a very simple good night lucy


    I am so glad to hear the pain is gone!

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