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Another Leg in the Relay

June 29, 2006

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First there was the Diamond Lace Shawl/Scarf for Lorain, then the Clapotis for my SP8 (green) and Helene (blue), now I am coming to the next leg, the Elegantly Simple Baby Blanket by Heartstrings Fiber. Because I really want it lacey and summery, (in other words, “holey” as possible!) I am using my Addi Turbo […]

FO Driven

June 27, 2006

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If you felt the earth moving Sunday, it was probably because I was performing the “Happy FO Dance” after binding off the last stitch for Lorain’s Diamond Fantasy Scarf. I did stop after the 6th repeat only because the depth (from mid-shoulders to the center bottom) of this unblocked scarf measured close to 20-inches! Can […]

Surprise!

June 24, 2006

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This morning I awoke to a dream where I noticed some folks who were speeding ahead and passing me like there was no tomorrow. Letting them by, I was ambling along in my little Civic, turned into a parking lot and starting looking for a space when an officer in his unmarked police car gestured […]

Summer’s (FINALLY) Here!

June 21, 2006

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Today the sun dipped around a beautiful sky. I noticed the clouds were hiding the sun as if it was playing a game with us cubicled prisoners workers. The climate, always the tease, had me hoping we would have good weather today for the “Walk and Knit” at Borders. (Especially since Helene and I missed […]

Reflecting on 7 Days (Lots of Photos!)

June 18, 2006

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The saying “Time flies when you’re having fun” totally applied to me this week. Last Saturday afternoon I was celebrating Worldwide KIP Day by knitting in rainy Providence at the Borders Bookstore and had the privilege of knitting alongside with Jacob from Providence SNB and Knit-n-Drink fame. The SNB group meets every Thursday usually at […]

Little Broken Things for Speed

June 13, 2006

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The trip to our Saint Louis campus has been pretty fun so far. Besides the work we have been doing, there has been time to squeeze in social time during the feeding hours. Gilligan seems to like the hotel. Please note, I will be talking about food here, so if you are hungry, beware!! When […]