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Old 04-14-2009, 11:31 PM   #21
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That is a very very nice garment. What is next on the needles?

(I just nipped to Knitty to look at the original..... yours is streets ahead of their one, so much nicer.)
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Old 04-14-2009, 11:45 PM   #22
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Originally Posted by lulubell View Post
That is a very very nice garment. What is next on the needles?

(I just nipped to Knitty to look at the original..... yours is streets ahead of their one, so much nicer.)
Oh gosh...you made me blush!!!



As soon as I finished this project, I jumped into another...

I'm currently working on an Amigurumi Dolphin, but I just ran out of yarn and can't find it locally. Rabbitrescuer is going to buy me a skein at her Michael's. I'm so close to the end...ugh. It will be a gift for a lady who works at my children's high school.

I'm anxious (and I'm a monogomous knitter so I have no other projects OTN), so I cast on for the Swallowtail Shawl, using Malabrigo Lace (Forest) that dimpledapple sent me recently.

It's my first shawl, and all of the charts have me scared stiff, but I've managed to figure out how to execute the second chart. I'm addicted. Pure and simple. I sure hope we get to watch movies in the classes I'm subbing for tomorrow.
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Old 04-15-2009, 05:25 AM   #23
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Nathalie, that is SO stunning! I have to say that I looked at that pattern a million times and never thought twice about it but I LOVE the one you made. Maybe it's just that I think it is more attractive in a darker color. Now I'm thinking twice.

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