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Wednesday, October 11, 2006

Knitters Tea Swap 2

I joined the Knitter's Tea Swap 2 back in September and above, you can see the package for my giftee. It will be going out today- who knows, maybe its for you!

As luck would have it, I got my package yesterday in the mail. You know its going to be a good mail day when you get a box like this: Yes, there was a bit of excitement when this came in, I'll tell you. So I ripped into it as fast as I could and ... ...take a look at all the goodies! Some decaf Chocolate and Hazelnut tea, a tea sampler from Mighty Leaf (the brand of this tea cracks me up in a completely unreasonable way - no idea why), some chocolate pastery sticks, a little drawstring bag made out of the CUTEST fabric with cats playing with yarn and knitting needles (anyone know where to score some of this?), some candy made in St Paul, MN (this is where the goodies came from), a pretty mug with fall leaves on it, and (drumroll please) the handdyed yarn - in fall leaf colors! This yarn looks just like the trees in my backyard right now - mostly green but with lots of yellows, oranges, and reds showing up. Thanks so much Louise! I love it!

In other news, tomorrow we are getting the new Internet thingy! That means, however, I probably won't be able to blog tomorrow morning. Hopefully on Friday I'll be back and I won't lose Internet connections every time it rains, mists, or is cold. I'm really hoping this will be more reliable service. One of our neighbors has it and they love it, so cross your knitting needles for us!


Blogger Laura B said...

What a score! By the way, your new stole pattern is beautiful!

9:21 AM  
Blogger Opal said...

It's a bird! It's a plane! No, it's Mighty Leaf!! I couldn't resist. heehee

3:42 PM  
Blogger 'chelle said...

THANK YOU SO MUCH for the package. My inlaws are visiting this weekend so I'm be giving you a more appropriate thank you later. :-) I already had one of the teas and some of the french vanilla piroette sticks. SO YUMMY!

3:34 PM  

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