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Wednesday, August 25, 2004

Couldn't wait until tomorrow

I was on bad terms with the UPS guy, but I think I love him now. I got this yesterday from him:

The purple Lion Brand Wool Ease is for the cardi I found in FCEK Fall 2004:

Isn't it cute?! I figured I would use the suggested yarn since it is so cheap. If I like it I might make it with a more expensive yarn.

The other bag is the Knit One Crochet Too's Richesse et Soie. I plan on making these at some point this winter:

Maybe a hat and scarf too? We'll soft..hmmm. Thanks, Sandy for the great idea!

The other day Jeremy and I went to the grocery store since we were having company. This was the biggest impulse buy ever:

It was $3.99 and the only reason I bought it was that it has a really cute cabled hat pattern. There are some other cute patterns, too, but that was the main reason I bought it.


Blogger Lauren said...

I bought the yarn for that cardi last week. It is one of my next projects! I bought a different purple--more of a pink purple, but I love yours too. It will turn out beautifully! I look forward to seeing yours! :)

10:21 AM  
Blogger Kimberly said...

I bought the same magazine as you. I picke mine up at B&N while searching the magazine section for knitting magazines. I bought mine for the Faroese Shawl but there are a few other things I'll probably make.

6:35 PM  

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