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August 22, 2009

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Pretty!

What a beautiful scarf!

A wonderful scarf, and nice visitors to :)

What fun to see deer in your yard.

How delightful to see these in your garden

the scarf is going to be gorgeous!

gorgeous scarf

That is going to be beautiful and I love the thought of grafting the middle. I really wish I had time to offer to test knit for you but I am up to my eyeballs right now...cheryl

The scarf is looking lovely. And you know, obvious as it is, I have never thought of doing both ends of the scarf at once. I do socks two at a time but it never occured to me to do the same with socks that you kitchner in the middle. Thanks.

You know, I'm not normally a brown person, but that scarf is really pretty! I like it!

the first time I've actually ever "seen" a photo of someone knitting both halves of the shawl ... :)

Beautiful deer! We had a moose walk through our back yard one day, scared the dog out of his skin! Darlene

The scarf is delightful! but not so much as the deer :)

I like your scarf (I wish I had time to test knit).

Pretty scarf! Right now I am trying to finish the Mystic Light shawl before Oregon Flock & Fiber. I want to show it off while I am there.

Love the scarf!

I just had a chance to look at your Traveler socks..love that pocket! Good thing you've got your coins hidden, as those fellows who are chasing Marco Polo look rather unsavory!!!

Oh my goodness I am so excited, I couldn't believe it when I saw my name as a winner.

Love the scarf, and your visitors!

Thank you!

Best always,
Monnah

What a clever way of knitting a scarf! I love the beads on the edge too.

Another great idea you've shared with us.

Thanks!
Lucy

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