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    Friday, August 05, 2011


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    Still here, darling.

    I weave much more than I knit these days. Is a woven scarf acceptable, if made according to the prescribed width/length/color?


    YES, YES, YES. They've received some gorgeous woven scarves, and they are indeed acceptable if done in the unisex colors/designs, and the right widths and lengths.  Please do send them -- we love them!


    Awesome. I'll warp the loom this weekend with something reddish and unisex and soft. Love the idea of wrapping someone in scarfy love.

    Seanna Lea

    OK, thanks for the heads up about the weaving. I have yarn leftover from making scarves for Iolanthe, and actually like buying yarn on the cone. It feels so affordable!

    Barbara Meyers

    Hi, Norma..... glad to know things are just busy for you, and not that you are having a problem (we worry, you know!) Just bought some wonderful Madelinetosh in Tart colorway..... it will make a lovely scarf for someone!

    Barbara M.


    Hey, hey. Just wanted to let folks know about a great general resource for getting around website registrations. There's a site called "Bug Me Not" that provides user names and passwords for free sites that require registrations.

    I just went and found the ones for Lion Brand Yarn in case folks want to check out your linked pattern but don't want the spam.


    Thanks for the reminder, Norma! Now that's not quite a bajillion degrees here anymore (it's only 91 today!) I will restart my red scarf knitting right away.


    I finished my first scarf this afternoon -- talk about good timing! -- and the second had about 8" to go. Yay for red scarves!


    Oh, good - an excuse to go to the yarn shop! I need red yarn for scarves, of course.
    Glad you're okay. I was beginning to worry that Google+ ate you...


    Oh, Norma, thanks for the reminder. I'm going to contact my knitting guild to knit for this wonderful project-some of our knitters are like factories in what they produce in a month! Such a wonderful cause to be involved in!!!


    If I was on FB I would like this and on the Rav I would love it!

    Christian Louboutin Outlet

    They say it's bad form to start out a blog post by apologizing in this way, but here I go anyway: I've been so busy with work that I haven't been doing a very good job with the care and feeding of the blog. I hope someone is still out there reading. Tap-tap, is this on?


    Having missed the deadline last year, I think I have seven scarves waiting to go. Not to worry, I will offload the surplus onto a willing accomplice.

    (I hope someone liked the navy one I made the year before last. Oops. Not to worry, all the current ones are at least partly red.)

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