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    Sunday, November 21, 2010


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    Oh me please! I would love this book; I'm on a very satisfying run of stash enhancement and I think there's several sweaters in there I could be knitting RIGHT NOW. :)


    Hey Norm. I'd love to win that book. And the rest area.. most of the VT rest areas are superior to the other NE states. Have you enjoyed the one near WRJ with the recycled water treatment facility? Plus.. good coffee.


    norma, sorry.


    I would love to have this book:)


    Oh yes...add me to the drawing list, please!


    Norma! I NEED that book! Please draw my name!


    Oh, Norma, what a nice thing to do for all us knitters! Please add my name to your give-away list. The book looks fabulous!!

    Mary de B

    That book looks great! Thanks for sending us to that other post, with lots of pictures! I would love to win this!


    I would love to win the book but I figured international shipping to Singapore might cost a bomb! :)


    I've been looking at that lovely book for a bit, and it's surely on my wishlist! Please count me in...

    I LOVE the idea of a yoga "pit stop!" Count on good ol' VT to think of something as special as this!


    Norma, I've been eyeballing this book for awhile now but, being a magpie, something else would always catch my attention. I would love this book. What a nice thing to do and good luck to us all. Now back to lurking.


    Norma, this book has been on my wish list for some time. Please add my name to the list. Thank you so much for a great blog, even with the camnesia - I love hearing from you and Mr. Jeffries!

    Beth in Ohio

    Count me in, Please!


    I'm game - there is just a whole lot of gorgeous going on in that book!

    Emily G.

    Who doesn't need another knitting book? (count me in!) btw - where was tthis masssage place? I live in NYC and it sounds like a great thing to try.


    I'd love a chance to win this book!


    I would love to win that book! Oooh! Oooh! Pick me! Pick me!

    P.S.: Got any number updates for the Red Scarf Project?


    That book is on the top of my Amazon list, count me in!

    (Another) Joan

    If you are accepting international entries, please include me in!


    Love that book, it's been sitting on my Amazon wish list for a while now waiting for me to push the cart button. It's rare to find a book with so many things I want to start right NOW!


    What an exciting new book to share! I'd love to have a chance to look through it and dream about the sweaters (sadly most all I get to do with my printed pattern collection).


    Hi Norma. I'd love to own this book. Much prettiness inside!! Thanks.

    deidre corbet

    I am definitely interested in New England Knits. It's cold here in the midwest too. Thank you


    i would love that book...i've heard great things about it!


    oh, I saw that book at the bookstore and it looks like one I would love to have.

    Mary Fran

    Oh, I've been looking and looking at that book and seeing how I'm a New England transplant would love it!


    would love the book- thanks for sharing!


    Delurking to say "Oh! Me! Me! Me!" and that I enjoy reading your blog, especially on Tuesdays. :D


    I would love it!

    Barb Kobs

    I would love it, too!


    My first Fall and Winter in Boston was overwhelming: I'd never seen so many trees together, nor that many different fall colours. I'd love a chance to relive the experience through the book :)


    Pat K

    Would love to have the book, just like everyone else! Thank you for being such a generous blogger!


    Oh, yes please! I've peaked at some of the projects on other blogs and amazon's on-line thingy and I'd really love it. Thanks for your generosity.


    I am very interested in great pee places! Also New England Knits.


    The book would be fabulous as an early holiday gift! Something to look forward to!!!!


    A hot stone full-body massage!?!? Ooo, that's even better than 100% cashmere. As for the book, that one's been on my must-have list for a while. Please?


    I'm going to have to check out that rest stop! The chilly weather has made me crave New England knits....


    aaaah!!! i would love to have that book!!


    It's a lovely book...thanks for the chance to win a copy!


    If that's the peestop just south of Brattleboro, they must have really cleaned it up. While the surroundings were decidely rustic, the odor was more reminiscent of barnyard than woods. Of course, that was maybe 10 years ago...

    As for the book, I hadn't thought I'd like it, but I've seen a few FO posts in blogs and on Ravelry that have convinced me otherwise.


    add me to the list of people who'd like that has plenty of "ooh, yum" projects!


    I would love to win the book - I've had my eye on it but haven't picked it up yet.

    Mary Beth

    Ooh! Ooh! Pick me, please!


    Oooh - looks like a fabulous book. Please add me in too!


    I love the image if you and Abigail and your side-by-side foot massages. It makes me think about Hannah and I doing that some day. And yes, I'd love to win that book.


    I would love the book. My husband and his family are from New England while I am a west coast girl.


    It's minus 7 degrees C (19 degrees F) here in B.C. right now, and I can definitely see myself knitting up one of those beautiful sweaters. Please add me to the list!


    Count me in, please!

    I'm glad you seem to have had such a refreshing weekend!


    I would like to win too. Thanks for the giveaway.


    The book looks beautiful. I'd love to have it; thanks for offering it up!

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