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Love this post and pictures. Amazing sheep and that Jacob! Those horns! Wishing you a wonderful wonderful trip. I am so glad you were able to go.
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I love what you wrote about your friend: that every visit *mattered*. I feel that way whenever I visit with my friend Reeny. We don't get together often but when we do, it's always special and it always matters. I'm going to share that thought with her the next time I see her. She'll appreciate it. I hope you are feeling stronger/better as time passes.
Toggle Commented Sep 25, 2013 on Tough times at The Independent Stitch
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Wonderful view - tea looks very much in order. I hope you use this time to recharge your physical and emotional batteries. Fanciful imaginary knitting - wonderful!I have several Williams and Wallaces up through my Fullerton line but never the both in one name. :)
Toggle Commented Sep 25, 2013 on Arriving in Scotland at The Independent Stitch
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Oh Deb, so sorry to read this. You really have had a very trying year. Our loved ones always seem gone too soon....I am glad you have the Shetland project to pull you forward. I disagree with your statement above re the rest being more "put together" than you. I was going to comment that you look terrific in that photo - and quite put together! Much empathy and hugs from CT.
Toggle Commented Sep 18, 2013 on Tough times at The Independent Stitch
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Dear Deb, Your obituary for your mom is so very loving and moving. I am very sorry for your loss. All I can suggest is to be kind to yourself in the upcoming months. And to trust that time will heal your heart. Wishing you well, Dina
Toggle Commented Jun 12, 2013 on PLY magazine has arrived! at The Independent Stitch
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This is a beautiful tribute to your mom. I generally do not get weepy but this got me. Wishing for healing peace for you and your family.
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Such a beautiful tribute to you beloved Tussah. I am really sorry to hear of your loss but I just know this will open your heart and home to another special dog in need. (When you are ready for that.) Those that find their way to you are truly blessed by your loving care and devotion.
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I got chills reading this post, Deb. I am so thrilled for you that you have the support and interest of such a great list of designers who are willing to help support you in your research. I suspect, as word gets out, that more designers may well step up. This ebook could have several volumes. I know I'll be signing up for it asap. Congratulations!
Toggle Commented Mar 19, 2013 on Dreaming of Shetland at The Independent Stitch
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Fun! I agree, the prices for these intricate treasures are crazy low but I'm glad it's enough to afford these amazing artisans improvements in their lives. I keep thinking of that time you and I looked at that booth at MDSW - was it CTTC? Cloth Roads? My memory seems to think it was all Peruvian knits? Beautiful intricate stuff.
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You know how much I love the West coast but yes, an East Coast event would be easier for me to manage. I look forward to hearing the details whenever you post them.
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Fantastic post! I sense a new book...
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Truly wish I could go. I would enjoy learning from you for several days. Have fun!
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Hi Deb, Thanks for the link to that chocolate place. I need to check them out. Yes, need! Wishing I could buy a skein of that yarn you raved about, dina
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I know it's probably silly but I can't dismiss the idea that Prince Charles would be very interested in all of this. Given his involvement in the campaignforwool.org of which he is the patron. Worth reaching out to his office, perhaps?
Toggle Commented Dec 25, 2012 on UK visa saga, continuing at The Independent Stitch
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