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    22 February 2008


    OH! You must go look at these afghans. Now.

    Those squares look gorgeous! I like that you're hanging on to the Wool-Ease (though I had a traumatic experience with it and a Wonderful Wallaby many years ago).

    That was an interesting comment about the Internet and the creative process. I feel like I'm walking that tightrope now with Ravelry. It's a double-edged sword.

    Anyway, that'll be a beautiful blanket and you'll have done justice to your Wool-Ease.

    I enjoyed the story Behind the Yarn (coming soon to VH1!). And I like what you are making with it, plus it will make an excellent summer project for the reasons you stated.

    Wow. You are woman of ways and means. Unlike our committee who can't manage to straighten things out,you have made clever use of a laundry basket full of Wool Ease - no simple feat. So the afghan is the way, and the means? The emotional wherewithal to knit 120 squares in SEED STITCH. I could never do it. But they are gorgeous. I love the geometric abstraction - very Mondrian/Albers!

    Oh I like that design. Very clever. not that i'm surprised or anything...

    Good plan ... that will be a nice blanket, and last longer than a sweater.

    Squares and dishcloths do make the best portable knitting.

    Your squares look like they'll make the kind of blanket you can't wait to cuddle under because you know it will be warm.

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