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    « "Knit On......Through All Crises." ~ Elizabeth Zimmermann | Main | Sorry, All You Terrier Tuesday Fans -- Mr. Jefferies is Taking a Day Off »

    Monday, August 23, 2010

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    Lori on Little Traverse Bay

    Congratulations, OFA! Way to go! (Almost done with Red Scarf #2, Fool in Love.)

    gayle

    Hurrah for the grant!
    I've got heaps of red wool, and will be casting on soon. Palindrome for the first one, haven't decided on the second one yet.

    kathy

    Excellent news on the grant--thanks for letting us know. What are the dates for mailing the scarves this year? I have one done. I'm contemplating the next one.

    Lucia

    Fabulous news! The Eternal Red Scarf grew a bit while I was on vacation, and I bought yarn for another scarf, pattern as yet undetermined, but I'll share it with the world. (You know how I am about scarf patterns.)

    Pamela

    I have cast on 2 different scarves; one is thinner yarn and the other is chunkier (for my different knitting moods). But right now I am trying to finish birthday socks, due Sept. 10. Knit on!

    Carole

    I'm knitting a shawl for a bride to wear at her wedding next month. Once that is done I will start cranking on the red scarves!

    Rhonda from Baddeck

    CONGRATULATIONS to OFA! What a tremendous vote of confidence for a wonderful organization. I've started on my first red scarf. If other unisex colors are OK, then I have one already finished (blue), and yarn for 2 additional (one gray, one red). The Corrugator is still my favorite pattern.

    Seanna Lea

    I have 1.5 scarves, which have a colorful history in theater including the distinction of possibly being the scarf with the most ends woven in (well, one end being woven and unwoven in every day).

    elizabeth a airhart

    lovely news just the very best

    thank you jack kent cooke foundation

    i have one scarf off the needles
    the next scarf on the needles

    great pair of legs lady norma

    Konna

    Thanks for sharing about the grant! Cool! I sent my scarves earlier since I live overseas....hope they can keep someone warm!

    diane

    I read about the grant in the Washington Post - how exciting! Now to get started on my scarf.....

    marianne

    Getting that grant...FABulous!!!!!
    You sure look pretty sitting there with your knitting :^)

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