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    « There Was Knitting and Gabbing at Grand Isle Art Works Last Night | Main | Random Is Not Just For Wednesdays Anymore »

    Saturday, November 13, 2010


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    Seanna Lea

    Very nice. I love a simple and elegant garter stitch scarf. They are the easiest to just pick up and work on any old time.


    So red! So marrowy (sp?!)
    Who could ask for anything more?


    It must have been tasty, since he didn't try to add it to the scarf picture...


    One of my favorite sweaters is Scoop knit in Peace Fleece and I've been thinking it might be nice to have more in the stash. I love that red!! You are a generous knitter, Mz. Norma.




    What a wonderful red! Good thing you had a bribe at the ready, though.

    elizabeth a airhart

    the lady is to home at long last

    woofs jeffries

    Rosemary McN

    Love the pattern you picked for the yarn. It shows it off beautifully! Well done Norma!


    Enjoy your site! I am an artist/educator working primarily in yarn and fabric,video and sound. I am trying to gather stories about women and knitting for my thesis project. Please visit my site: and share your stories. Please also invite your friends, family and followers to visit as well. Thanks!

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    You made some good points there. I did a search on the topic and found most people will agree with your blog.

    Baby scarf

    I love this red pattern and it looks very fabulous. Glad to visit your blog. There is always new stuffs to comeover.Very nice and funny stills. You really rock.

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