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May 26, 2010



Haven't I taught you anything? Socks are for knitting and talking!


oops, it's one of those projects :( It WILL sort itself out when you come back to it after the cap!


I think the chemo cap is the right way to go for today. Maybe a new day will give a fresh look to the shawl. I'm in the same Frog Pond as you apparently. Do you use the Typepad Dashboard? I commented under my other account this time. ;0)


Sorry to hear about your springtime bandit woes. I have toe-up socks on the needles, a cabled sock, a baby cardigan and a much neglected sweater for me on the go at the moment.


I think sometimes we have to give projects a short time out -- even a day or two helps because with lace you are always having to stare so closely for hours at a time.

I am thisclose to finishing the button band on my purple sweater (and the sweater itself!), but have been too busy to actually do it. I'm making decent progress on my skirt, but am worried about the decreases and modifications coming up.

Hope you have a great weekend!

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