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December 10, 2007

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tiennie

Look at you go! Those are all great knits.

Tanya

That IS a whole bunch of knitting! Good going! Really pretty socks, too. I'm going to have to do that pattern!

kim

All great projects, but those Annemors are incredible! So beautifully knit. Wow.

Jessica

You are a busy bee for sure. Love the pattern on the glitten. :) And I think I recognize some yarn in there. ;)

Liz K.

It's mitten mania! Can I come to your house for Christmas??

Diana

Lots of awesome work here!! You are busy!

stacey

wow! look at all that colorwork!!!! I love the glitten....

Jean

Look at you, Speedy McKnitsalot! Everything looks wonderful. You have some very lucky people on your gift list.

Kim

Whoa, it's mitten madness! Mittens do make great gifts. You are much more dedicated gift knitter than I am. I make a gift, then take a break for "selfish" knitting, make another gift, another bout of "selfish" knitting, etc. Love all the bright & happy colors you picked, BTW.

Oiyi

Wow, I am loving all your new knits. I am so impressed with your colorwork.

Ariel

Whoa - that's some awesome and speedy knitting there. I love the glitten, and the finger detail on the herringbone mitten is perfect.

Dave

Wow, what a wonderful assortment of projects! I love the colourwork, and that sock is fantastic.

nova

Nice projects all. You are have been so productive!

cari

I've thought about making those rainbow socks. I like the colorway you chose. Was it a relatively fast knit?

Erin

Your rainbow socks rock! I have yet to cast on for a pair, but I'm certain that I will now.

Smiles,
Erin

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