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Old 09-10-2006, 09:51 AM   #1
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FO's & WIP From Mason Dixon Knitting
I just love my book, Mason Dixon Knitting. I've started a log cabin afghan, and I've completed several dishcloths. For some reason, I've become addicted to the dishcloths. I guess it's because they're portable, fast, and it's fun to see how they turn out, using varigated yarns.
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Old 09-10-2006, 11:03 AM   #2
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Wow! You have a dishcloth for almost every day of the week. Great colors. Great job on the afghan too. I wanted to borrow Mason Dixon from the library, but there are already 14 holds on it. Yes, fourteen. I may have to break down and buy a copy.
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Beautiful work! I love the dishcloths! That is such a cool pattern. I've seen so many awesome FOs from patterns in that book. I think I am going to have to get it!
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Love everything I really must get this book!
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Those look fantabulous!!

The projects in that book just beg to be knit (in my opinion), and they are great for working in between other things if you need a break.
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Wow, those look great! I'm working on the log-cabin style bathmat (absorba) and it is quite addictive too!
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I wanted to borrow Mason Dixon from the library, but there are already 14 holds on it. Yes, fourteen. I may have to break down and buy a copy.
Wow! 14 holds?! Maybe you should get you a copy. You won't be disappointed. It had lots of easy, but attractive projects in it, and it encourages you to use your own imagination as well. It's really a fun book.
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NICE!!!! Love the dishcloths and the log cabin!!!

If you dont' have this book, this is an ABSOLUTE "buy". It's great!
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