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I've already posted today so will leave the completed meme in draft for tomorrow. Thanks for the tag. I enjoyed this one.
Toggle Commented Jan 11, 2007 on Tagged! at robknits
Ooooo. That many projects hanging around would have me running screaming into the sunset. I was getting overwhelmed knowing I had 3 or 4 waiting for completion. I've clawed my way through most of them and today, the first of the year and also my birthday, seems like a great day to start something NEW. Yay!
Toggle Commented Jan 1, 2007 on Current state of affairs at Knot Again
Looks great!
Your granddaughter looks fantastic in her new outfit! I can't wait until my own granddaughter is born. Besides the wee baby stuff I have already knitted, I have a Dale of Norway sweater all picked out and ready for next winter. I want to make it in a 12 month size so that it will at least get ONE season of wear. It's a gender-nuetral design so it should be able to be passed down from one grandchild to the next. (Optomistic grandma-to-be counting her grandchildren before they are "hatched".)
I LOVE this sweater and have considered making it for myself, but concern over the placement of those front motifs makes me hesitate. I know this is an older post, so perhaps you have made your decision? I particularly like the idea of finishing it and then donating it to a favorite charity for an auction. Another alternative is to use a cut and sew technique (like steeking) to make it into something that would be appreciated. I have done cushions that way and even the ankle portion of socks. Lynne's idea for a bag is great too.
What a beautiful spinning chair. So unique.
Toggle Commented Oct 22, 2005 on Searching for a chair at Purlwise