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On the Needles

  • Striped Silky Wool Jacket
    started: October 8, 2007
  • Jade by Elsebeth Lavold
    started: November 6, 2007
  • Pomatomus Socks
    started: August 12, 2007
  • Lizard's Ridge
    started: September 14, 2006
  • Trellis from
    started: September 6, 2006
  • Ribbon Short Sleeve Pullover
    started: August 28, 2006
  • Sarah's Surprise
    started: July 30, 2006 finished: August 26, 2006
  • Log Cabin Blanket
    started: July 8, 2006
  • Socks that Rock May kit
    started June 11, 2006
  • Audrey
    Rowan 35
  • Ravenna
    Lopi No. 24
  • Abfab Afghan
    Kit in Ivory for a wedding gift
  • Kiri Shawl
    All Tangled Up started: October 2005
  • Baby Bobbi Bear
  • Cable Lace Cardigan
    Vouge knitting s/s 2004

Needs Finishing

  • Via Diagonale
    from Needs handles and lining
  • Aztec Sun Vest
    This needs the sewing and a little embroidery

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November 28, 2006


Old Knitter

The next time you're in Panera look for two ladies sitting and knitting. Come over and say 'Hi'. I love to sit in there, with a huge mug of hot choclate and knit with a friend. Of course, our Panera is in New Hampshire....but, you never know.


Hey, you can call or send me an email summarizing the events of the day and I can tell you what to write about. Easy peasy!

Oh, and by the's not my fault that girl was all hyper and pushing all the buttons at the same time. :P


"I will be glad when nablopomo is over and I can go back to posting three or four times a week when I actually have something to say."

This statement—almost word for word—also appeared on my blog (except that instead of three to four I said two to three--that's all I can manage) ;). I guess we are all feeling the pain.

Not my favorite thing either to have my age pointed out to me by a whippersnapper--even a nice well-meaning whippersnapper. I'm sure I did the same thing when I was a kid.


If you have to go to a chain, you can't do much better than a Panera! At least they try to do a little better than most about the quality of their food. I've been known to order chicken or turkey at Panera, not something I normally do.

And ouch on the age thing. A couple of years ago a stranger referred to my adult friend as my daughter. I had to breathe deeply for a while after that.

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