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Wednesday, May 10, 2006

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vanessa

have a wonderful time!

bev

New Daughter, bright future, wonderful shawl to wrap it in! Get the pics up soon, k?

Kelly

have a fabulous time! Can't wait to see it in action!

Laura

Oops - bet you want that link, huh? hehe

http://www.figandplum.com/archives/000643.html

Laura

As an alternative to trying to take your blocking wires with you (which might be best, I have no clue) here's a post where someone blocked a Birch shawl in a hotel room the day before a wedding in Houston using the string method prescribed by the Yarn Harlot. Hers came out great without having to use blocking wires.

Have a wonderful safe fun trip and congratulations so the happy couple! :)

kimberly

Have a great trip and good luck with finising her!

Stephanie

Have a wonderful time! I can't wait to see the finished photos.

Siri

Oh my gosh, way to procrastinate! I mean that in the kindest way. Congratulations and have a wonderful time. Looking forward to the pictures.

Theresa

Have a great trip. Can't wait to see the shawl.

PumpkinMama

Have fun, and congrats to your son and his bride.

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