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    « Garden Update: Not So Much | Main | The Weatherman Was Wrong Again, But This Time The Doctor Seems To Have Been Right »

    Friday, May 27, 2011


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    What a lovely rich color! It's a really fun knit. I finished mine yesterday and wove in all the ends.


    Not Twee is always good!

    Lee Ann

    You okay after all that tornado stuff flinging itself up your way? We were watching the path up through Barre and it looked like it might shift upward to the far north for a while...


    I made my last projects watching three seasons of Sons of Anarchy, and so far I have not been tempted by motorcycle chic of any kind.


    Oh I do love that Raisin colour, one of my all time favourites!!
    Havala loves Dexter. I've not watched any Dexter... yet. I will. one of these days.


    Love the brown.
    Perfect gift for a little raisin or raisinet ;^)



    And what exactly is wrong with a wee touch of evil? ;^)

    Angie L.

    Beautiful color, very sophisticated. Can't wait to see the finished product :)


    I would think that Dexter would imbue it with a strong sense of moral responsibility. (I have never watched the series but read a couple of the book -- Dexter only kills Really Bad Guys, right?)

    elizabeth a airhart

    i hope you are all safe up there

    Seanna Lea

    I didn't really like Dexter, but I'm glad it is working for you. It is always easier for me to knit when I'm watching or listening to something engaging.

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