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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 knitty.com
    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 knitty.com Needs handles and lining
  • Aztec Sun Vest
    This needs the sewing and a little embroidery

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October 01, 2007

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Kat

mmmm, pesto. Except no pine nuts for me.

Wendy

What a great idea to freeze them in ice cube trays so that you have small serving to defrost when you need them!

Oh, and any time you need to work out some of that fresh produce and fabulous tasting dishes, I'm happy to come over for dinner!

The Baklava Queen

Wow, glad I'm not the only one who succumbs to those whispers at the market! I splurged on the last okra of the season this past week, even though I managed to resist the tomatoes... and the basil tempted me, too!

secret pal

You are making my mouth water. What a great idea. I love pesto.

By the way your package went out Saturday, priority. Let me know when you get it. I hope you like.

Macoco

That is so smart about the pesto! My basil plants are huge and I was beginning to worry about how I was going to use it all. Now I have a plan!

Laurie

I do this with basil every year (ahem, not yet THIS year, but...) but I had not thought of doing this with peppers. What a great idea!

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