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Old 02-20-2006, 01:39 PM   #21
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Originally Posted by hedgehog
You mean one of these? That's a GREAT idea! I wish i would have thought of that on my last flight.

Haha, I got one of those that had the window open, so I could put whatever I wanted in there. I didn't know what I wanted to put in there, so I left it open for a while. Then, when I was cleaning my clutter, I found a wallet-sized picture of my sister that I didn't want to lose, so I put it in the window to keep it safe, but didn't close it.

My beloved fiancÚ, thinking he was helping, closed the window for me. So now I call it my libby. I think I'll keep it with my knitting from now on, that's a great idea.
On the needles: Falling Leaves Socks, Punkin Hats, Artful Afgan and another waterlily for a friend of mine (on hold until I feel like working with that yarn again)

In the queue:
Jack Skellington baby afghan
Finished: Warm Up America Square, Basketweave Baby Blanket (now to ship it), Massachusetts Dishcloth for the Yarn Harlot, Homeless Hat
, water bottle cozy

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