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Re: Ravelry
Posted by: KT (IP Logged)
Date: June 25, 2009 05:25PM

I cant' stop knitting because I definitely have too much yarn. <grin> I couldn't pass up a deal on Paton's Decor variegated yarn a couple of months ago that Elann was selling for like $10 for a bag of six. I'm using the yarn to make charity lap robes and shawls.

I also finished up a couple of projects to enter in the LA County Fair and am contemplating another pair of socks to add to these two. Fortunately, it's been unusually cool for this time of year in Los Angeles so I was able to finish my wool afghan.

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  Ravelry KT 06/25/2009 02:06PM
  Re: Ravelry knittingmom 06/25/2009 05:14PM
  Re: Ravelry KT 06/25/2009 05:25PM
  Re: Ravelry bevq 07/24/2009 04:38PM
  Re: Ravelry KT 07/24/2009 08:57PM
  Re: Ravelry bevq 07/25/2009 08:54AM
  Re: Ravelry Mother Hen 07/25/2009 09:28AM

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