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September 09, 2008


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I love reading your blog each day...I love your garden too. I know it was a while ago but I borrowed your idea for an acorn necklace and made 2 shell necklaces Fishing nets with glass bead floats. I took a photo but not sure how to send? ( email? )
Please keep the lovely ideas and photos coming.



My favorite photos are the ones of the caterpillar drying rack AND of Arwen attacking the yarn balls. The purple adirondack chair is so great. Kitties bring me so much joy.

One of the things that kept me coming back to your blog in the early days were the photos taken on your porch. I have fallen in love with it. It looks like such a colorful, cozy, enjoyable place to hang out. I noticed your mother has one too. I'm wondering if maybe a congenial porch is one of the ingredients to her longevity, hmm?


I am continually blown away by the amount of well done and GORGEOUS tutorials you put out! I can't wait to try this one! linking!


All those beautiful photos - I am off to Flickr to fave them!


Hi there...I don't even remember how I stumbled onto your blog, but I love it and love this tutorial. Thank you!!!!!


Thank you so much for the knitting in the round tutorial! I have been a little intimidated to try the DPKs, but the way that you have broken it down into such a simple project makes me realize how doable it is. Beautiful, tranquil photos, too, and they set just the right mood to get me into fall knitting mode!


I love to make hand made gifts for my son's teachers to go along with a card to their favorite coffee shop. These will do the job perfectly!!!!

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Looks GREAT! You did a great work there. I’m not so sure if I'll have the patience :P

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