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Old 11-16-2010, 05:14 PM   #21
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I love it. No problems with the model either.
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Old 11-21-2010, 04:31 AM   #22
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Gorgeous sweater and beautiful lady!
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Old 11-27-2010, 04:34 PM   #23
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Originally Posted by ArtLady1981 View Post
Oh you hit it right on the money!!!!

Those are ALL my reasons...and in addition...even on my best day...the camera sees and reveals
all of my double chins, my lumps and bumps, my wrinkles...my lopsided everything...and all!

Meh, it is what it is! I'm 62 and feeling every year of it!
Holy cr*p!! You're 62???? I honestly thought you were in your
40s and one of those lucky women who are younger than me and have grandchildren. LOL

The sweater is beautiful (as always), and you look beautiful in it. Don't be a shy model anymore, okay?
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Old 11-27-2010, 05:28 PM   #24
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Originally Posted by melmac51 View Post
Holy cr*p!! You're 62???? I honestly thought you were in your
40s and one of those lucky women who are younger than me and have grandchildren. LOL

The sweater is beautiful (as always), and you look beautiful in it. Don't be a shy model anymore, okay?
Ah thanks! You're too kind! But I appreciate it very much! Guess what...I'm going to be a Great-Grandmother in June!
So excited to have another baby in the family! Elated!!!

Anyway, what's most amazing....to wrap my head around...is that my own daughter will be a Grandmother herself!
Oy vey! Where does time go??? Can someone please tell me???
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Old 11-28-2010, 05:01 PM   #25
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Artlady, you do look fabulous (even for your age, hehe). I'm 63, one year older than you, and so do my best to NEVER show myself on screen, and can't recognize myself in photos other people take.

Love the sweater, the model....especially love your hairstyle. You're one "with-it" grandmother; I'll bet your kids are proud of you. Such a great knitter, friendly to us other knitters, and good-looking too!

Congrats on all that!
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Old 11-28-2010, 06:02 PM   #26
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Oh ArtLady, you are one of the prettiest ladies I know. I am so glad that you finally modeled something!! Who cares about the lumps and other stuff? They are like gray hairs...crowns of splendor and signs of a life well-lived.

Please continue to model for us. Delete the icky pictures, if need be. Retake, if need be (that's the beauty of digital cameras). I'll betcha that I take thirty pictures of my knitted things just to get the right shots.

Oh, and don't forget the self-timer option...and a tripod! I could not live without these!

Lovely work. You are my knitting hero!

You're also my adopted Mama, so if you need someone to model other stuff that you might make in, say, to fit someone like me, just let me know.
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