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July 02, 2005



I hope things turn out all right with the house, but you shouldn't settle (haha) if it has too big a problem like that. It's so awesome that your new job is letting you make so many decisions right off the batt. Love that sock pattern. Have a great weekend yourself :)


The sachets are so cute. What will you fill them with? I don't want to think about what Roman Candle patients you may have had...


sorry to hear about the house problems, but better to know about them now!

the heart sachets really have come out nice! how much of a hank of koigu do you think one sachet takes? i'm wondering if they'd be a good use of leftovers from socks.


You just get 'em if they look down the barrel. I get the finger reimplant, the hand blown apart, and the third degree burns. At least they are always young and healthy otherwise (how else could they be so stupid?) and the care and healing become more straightforward.


I wouldn't worry about the settling cracks too much...unless they're big & bad or from water coming in. Houses settle, and even the newest construction is bound to have cracks and what not. It's just gravity's way of showing us who's in charge.

The little sachets are sweet...but I could see how you could be getting tired of them.


I've been to Circle of Friends too and really liked it.

I'm sure you've already been to Asheville and back, so this is late but good for next time. Get off I26 in Hendersonville at the exit to downtown. (It's either 64 or 25). Take 25 into Flat Rock, about five miles or so and go to Yarns to Dye For. Great Shop. The owners are really nice and there's soooo much there to look at.

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  • Dale "Gerbera"
    Started 1/25/06
  • Cellini Jacket
    Pattern designed for me at ArtFibers in San Francisco. Using their Cellini yarn, a cotton/synthetic boucle. Started October 2005. Currently on hold until warmer weather.
  • Floral Tree Skirt
    From Melanie Falick's Handknit Holidays, this design is by Michele Rose Orne. Using Manos del Uruguay assorted colors. Started 10/31/05. I missed Christmas '05, now working to finish for Christmas '06

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