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May 16, 2011


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Sounds like fun - I always love a little motivation to finish a project :)

I hope there's some at the MA Sheep and Wool for me. I'll never manage to spin my share in time. If so -- I'm definitely in on the knit-a-long.

Uh oh, I already started a gauge swatch to see how it worked up - had to test the new ball winder and gosh, can't leave a new ball of yarn without knitting it a bit!! Does that mean I started too early??

I will have to get some of this yarn at Mass Sheep and Wool! Now...I am off in search of patterns.

It's extremely wet here, too. I thought it was bad in my house, with mud being tracked in by the girls and the dog, but at least my kids can take off and hang up their own coats!

I won't be at the festival, but I'll plan to cast on at 1 on May 29, nonetheless. What a fun idea!

Yay,this will be great fun! I have my yarn and pattern picked out, now trying to (patiently) wait for May 29. See you all at the Mass S&W. :)

Sounds like fun!!...looking for patterns..YAY!!!

Sigh....before I read this I had just started Wendy Johnson's Mystery Shawlette KAL (http://wendyknits.net/) with it. Her description of the perfect yarn sounded like my Sheep Shares Flock Sock, so I started it yesterday. So far it is a match made in heaven I think. Oh well....I think I'm a winner either way. The yarn is wonderful!

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