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Old 01-04-2007, 09:40 PM   #1
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Only 29 More Inches To Go
My knitting is sooo slow. I know with experience it will get faster, but right now it's going at a snail's pace. I'm more concerned with improving the technique than the speed at this point anyway.

My scarf is coming along though. It's 8" wide and as of now it's 11" long. Lots of flaws and uneven stitches, but that's to be expected.

Only 29 more inches to go LOL
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