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Old 02-09-2006, 10:43 PM   #31
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i think i have to change my KAL project already My yarn didn't arrive yet and plus there's just no way I'll finish that shawl. I forgot about the Hipster from Knitty that is due for a March birthday for my bestest friend. I am going with that instead and that should allow me to also complete the baby blanket that's due first week in March simultaneously. I am not going to bug Stephanie about it, I'm sure she's quite busy enough, but I'm making my official change here for the record.
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Old 02-09-2006, 10:48 PM   #32
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Ahh it's not to late to change then?? I need to get my mom's friends blanket done by the middle of march and I put in a teddy bear sweater(seriously.. that'll take me.... 4 hours?!?)

I did notice that she has been busy... It probably took her a looong time to go through all those names, sort them, ect.. :(

I'm changing it to a lap blanket... that should be good

I don't want to tell her too late though :(
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Old 02-09-2006, 10:51 PM   #33
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i bet she would change ours if we asked, but she's already doing so much, i figured i would just make note of it here. i have so little time to knit anymore anyway, i was a bit overzealous with the enormo-lace shawl. do you have a pattern for that lap blanket? i have some on my to-do list for a nursing home.
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Old 02-09-2006, 11:15 PM   #34
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No I don't sadly :( I wish I did have a pattern though. I'm doing some research tonight to look for some though. I'll PM you the patterns if I find anything that you might like
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Old 02-09-2006, 11:35 PM   #35
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awesome, thank you! i was actually contemplating just crocheting up big granny squares and doing that. the nursing home residents would get them a LOT faster that way. i think my friend that does it just does garter stitch, but i have the hots for feather and fan right now and that would be just as nice. we'll see. i have some charity preemie caps i promised a friend first anyway so it's no rush. so much knitting, so little time!
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Old 02-09-2006, 11:50 PM   #36
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I actually haven't officially signed up for this business. I figure the woman who's running this has enough to do already. But I'm participating none-the-less!

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Old 02-09-2006, 11:54 PM   #37
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Ahh... I was thinking of going st st with a garter boarder..

I might do it grannysquare... I'm REALLY debating it.... My mom's friend likes coca-cola... and I was going to stitch coca-cola into it...

I don't know what to do yet... and I have to make up my mind by tomorrow
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Heya! First post and first KAL here! :D

I'm a dual Yarn-lete this year--doing both the knit and crochet olympics! In knitting, I'm doing my first-ever sweater of any kind--the "Howl" dog sweater from "Stitch n' Bitch" for our chihuahua, Zoey. But my tax refund hasn't come yet, so I don't have the yarn! *panic* It had better get here soon! My crochet project is a baby blanket for a friend who's expecting, and I have most, if not all, of the yarn I'll need for that.

The IRS had better live up to its "death and taxes" certainty reputation!

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Yippie...todays the day folks! I am knitting the Irish Hiking Scarf . It'll be my first shot at cables. After checking out videos on how to do it..I'm thinking that it looks pretty easy so I'm thinking the challenging part will be getting it finished on time since I think I knit pretty slowly. I am about to get away fromt his stinkin computer and go swatch a little...
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Heya! First post and first KAL here! :D
Welcome Pandora! Congrats on being a bi-athlete! Even though 99% of what I've been working on lately is knitting, crochet is my first love. I'm sure you'll love KH as much as I do. I've only been here about 3 months, and I already feel like I've been here forever... family and all that!
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