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Thursday, April 20, 2006


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The square is beautiful. The completed shawl will be just lovely! What a great vacation spot!


oh my! that is just incredible how much you have gotten done! i am in awe. you are my hero. seriously.


That's amazing progress! Sounds like a wonderful week, too.


Oh I didn't realize you're really getting some bunnies!! FUN! I've been scoping out our new back yard deciding where we could possibly put a hutch. heh But don't tell my husband. He needs to feel like it's his idea. :)

The vaca looks SOOOOOOOOOO wonderful. I wish I was there. Within walking distance to a yarn shop. Oh the life. heh


Sounds like the perfect vacation to me. The shawl is looking great.


I'm gasping at how much you accomplished, and after frogging to boot! It looks like a lovely spot (with a yarn shop?) to hole up and knit for a while, and NO snow! What's up with that? The shawl will be a wonderful gift, an heirloom.


Wow - that'll be stunning. What an unusual shawl.


The shawl looks very cool. Didn't know what you meant about sashing, but just googled it and saw the one on the pattern page - very neat construction idea. Have a nice remainder of your vaca.

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