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    « Page Count | Main | Mitzvah »

    Saturday, December 16, 2006


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    At least your page count has broken even? :) Have fun with the mitts.


    Oh man, those anemoi mittens are killer!


    This is going to be great fun to watch. :-)


    I'm excited that you are going for the stranded mittens.....both will be so beautiful! (in whatever color you end up using)


    Those mittens are beautiful! Good luck with the knitting!


    Looking forward to watching the mittens progress.


    Go grrl! Sounds like you had a nice break and enjoyed a good time with friends. That has to help. May the page count go up quickly today!!


    Go grrl! Sounds like you had a nice break and enjoyed a good time with friends. That has to help. May the page count go up quickly today!!


    Hang in there - light is at the end of the tunnel. I've been toying with Eunny's pattern as well - trying to decide if there's someone other than me who might enjoy it as a gift knit!


    Exhausted beyond reason? Sounds to me like you have plenty of reasons! Good luck with the work situation. I hope it works out as you wish. And soon too. Oh, and Happy Chanukah!


    Not sure if this would help, but I discovered Jerry Oltion's list of 50 helpful hints on enabling writing and they do seem to work. His info is on the "" website (

    Beth S.

    I'm agonizing about what yarns to use for those mittens, too! I can't decide whether the 'scrolls' should be darker or lighter than the background color. And should they stand out boldly, or should they be subtle and low-contrast? ARGH.

    Dave Daniels

    That is So funny because I JUST bought some new yarn yesterday to experiment with colorwork. So, of course, there's a KAL for that. It'l be interesting to see how this all goes.
    Have you ever made Vincent anything knitted, like a little button down vest or anything?


    Death By Mittens? o.0


    I don't think I'll be joining, but I've been meaning to thank you for reminding me about Nordic Fiber Arts, as they're practically local for me. I'm hoping to go pick up some yarn cards from her tomorrow. I see mittens in everyone's stockings next Xmas.


    Oh, yes, those anemone mittens are a must do. I declare the new year as mitten time in my house. But still, with the FINISH or NOT style of rules!
    I'm not big on rules.
    And you can take that to the BANK!


    The hat is adorable. I just got a letter in the mail from Dulaan/FIRE, with pictures of the kids wearing hats... so sweet it brought tears to my eyes.

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