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Old 08-01-2013, 03:22 PM   #11
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I'm drooling over those!! Can't wait to see them done. I'm not allowing myself to buy patterns yet.
So am I!

Re: pattern/knitting purchases...
Husband rues the day I found I had a LYS *and* I could still buy yarn online. So does my closet space.
Had my grown daughter not moved out, my knitting books and yarn would have nowhere to live.
I can't wait to work those sets up for the er, ahem ...girls...in my family. Only one of us qualifies as a girl, being a teen. The rest of us are girls at heart.
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Old 08-01-2013, 07:17 PM   #12
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Originally Posted by justplaincharlotte View Post
So am I!

Re: pattern/knitting purchases...
Husband rues the day I found I had a LYS *and* I could still buy yarn online. So does my closet space.
Had my grown daughter not moved out, my knitting books and yarn would have nowhere to live.
I can't wait to work those sets up for the er, ahem ...girls...in my family. Only one of us qualifies as a girl, being a teen. The rest of us are girls at heart.
We have 6 of us in a house that is only 2 bedrooms plus a Sun porch. The porch is closed off and the 2 teenage girls share it, the boys share a room, and of course Jeff and I share a room. We have absolutely no space for storage, so I am seriously limiting myself. I have a large reusable grocery bag I keep my yarn in, so I can't get out of control. Lol! I've got a baby blanket I want to make for my niece, so no yarn til it's done. Once I'm a sure this isn't a flash in the pan hobby, Jeff says he will find a way to store yarn etc for me. This way I can't go yarn wild like I want too!

Can't wait to see your FO' s!!
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Those are fabulous!
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Love the dishcloths. It looks like you've had a great time experinmenting with colors and pattern and it sounds like you're putting all the patterns to good use again in other projects. Well done!
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Very nice stuff there! Great job! Love your color choices!
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