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LOL - I would have been the first to take some sock yarn off your poor hands!
hehe good one michelle :) hope your hands heel up soon..
You are the third person to try to April Fool's me, and the first one to make me believe you.
Darn!! And I'm really close to you I could have been there in a jiffy to take that yarn out of your hands. *lol*
Oh, you mean, mean girl! I should have know better. LOL! I was trying to pick my jaw off the ground and e-mail you at the same time, until my eyes finally spied the truth. Mean, mean, mean. Giving up knitting...never, ever! I love the photos of hamilton. I lived there for a short while, and was surprised by how many great restuarants (and one great Chinese take out that i still crave today) they have!And oh my gosh, your poor fingers! I hope they get better each day!
Can I have your stash anyway! lolI LOVE the look of your sock yarn. My sock stash looks lame compaired to it!!Katt
Funny funny woman aren't you?
YIKES!!!!! you scared the heck out of me. But, I was moew than willing to bid on that sock yarn stash. lovely indeed....
I didn't believe you for a second. Give up knitting? Ha! I think you'd knit with gloves on first.
Hi Michelle, thanks for visiting my blog. I just got my bag in the mail this week and I love it!! its roomier than I thought, and a little brighter, but it is GREAT. Just read through your blog and hope your hands heal soon :) I just put you on my daily reads list!!!
i was sitting here screaming in my head "NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!" frantically trying to come up with solutions for the excema. you bad, bad girl! get down and give me 50 (rows) as soon as your hands heal! sigh. and i did NOT read this on friday! no fair!
Thanks for the comment on the flower basket KAL blog. I love the way that yours turned out. You didn't happen to use Lamb's Pride Bulky in the color Kiwi, did you? If so, I'm looking for some extra to buy, and the company has it on backorder. Hope that your hands heal quickly. Maybe you should develop a new knid of knitting therapy for excema.
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