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Monday, March 28, 2005

See what I started this weekend? Its a Feather and Fan wrap from the laceweight Coopworth. I don't have a white wrap and I think this will be nice for Spring and Summer. They don't really show up very well, but if you look closely, you can see the Amazonite stitch markers. Why would I send a laceweight shawl knitting project on vacation just to start a laceweight wrap, you ask? Well, the wrap is autopilot knitting, the shawl is definately not. Besides, I can knit what I want to. HA HA .In other news, Caleb's ear infection (the one we've been fighting for over a month and has switched ears several times) is finally gone. YEAH!!


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