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plath
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Posted - 01/03/2005 :  06:44:28 AM  Show Profile  Visit plath's Homepage Send plath a Private Message
Ack! I have too many projects that I want to work on. I'm currently knitting the Hourglass sweater from Last Minute Knitted Gifts and the Here and There Cables scarf from Scarf Style (and joined both knitalongs). All prior to Christmas, I was a one, maybe two, project gal, and now that Christmas is over I just feel like casting on for everything! I want to cast on for a Noro felted stocking (for next year), some kind of dog toy-- it seems our puppy is crazy for catnip, I'm hankering to cast on for Clapotis, a lace shawl of some sort... ack! I couldn't possibly keep up with that many projects at once, so I'd better get knitting, right?!

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Ditzy Girl
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Posted - 01/03/2005 :  08:50:38 AM  Show Profile Send Ditzy Girl a Private Message
Welcome to the club. I have all the Xmas gifts for 2005, which includes socks,totes, gloves, 2 Xmas sweater, 1 afghan, plus finish up existing ufo's and now I have decided to use my $50 Elann credit to get some Peruvian Collection Baby Cashmere and the pattern for the Fiber Trends Bella Lace Poncho. The Peruvian Baby Cashmere is fingering weight so you can imagine how long that will take. I have started a pair of socks and a tote already. The tote should go quickly. I have 2 ponchos to finish up, one for me and one for a friend. They are both almost done. In fact I am trying to figure out if I should fringe or not. I like the fringe, but I like some without the fringe. Decision, decision this is what makes life so tough all these decision.

Zola, Seattle, Wash.

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