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Monday, April 04, 2005

Yes, I still knit...

I've been knitting on some dishcloths but am pulling out some yarn to start a new Booga Bag today. My Aunt is visiting from West Virginia and really liked mine. She would like me to show her how to make it. It's one of those cases where I am not sure she actually wants to make one or she just wants mine. I will be prepared to teach or to gift.

I know a lot of you that read my blog are not necessarily interested in Autism so I ask that you please be patient with my daily posts. Maybe there is someone you could share my blog with that would be interested. I have gotten a lot of wonderful feedback to my posts and I am convinced that there is a reason that I am compelled to spill out these stories. It hasn't always been comfortable for me. As I go on into the month I have topics that will be even harder to face but I know it's worthwhile.

This is the yarn that I will be using for my Booga Bag. I've never used this yarn for felting before, I was assured that it worked wonderfully. I'm living dangerously and not swatching so wish me well.

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4 Comments:

At Monday, April 04, 2005 2:56:00 PM, Anonymous Eva said...

Never apologize for posting something about *your* life on *your* blog. Besides, who knows who might read what you have to say and be helped by it?

Blog on!

 
At Monday, April 04, 2005 7:35:00 PM, Blogger Kristin said...

The nature wool is great! But be careful winding it - the last shipment we got at our store was so snarly and horrible. What a gorgeous color!

 
At Monday, April 04, 2005 11:15:00 PM, Blogger Trish said...

I made a pair of felted mittens at Christmastime using Nature Wool and they turned out great. I used that exact color. The recipient is still saying how much she loves those mittens!

 
At Tuesday, April 05, 2005 9:31:00 AM, Blogger Maus said...

I enjoy reading about what interests other people and involves them be it autism or anything. So do post about your life, its your blog after all!
that is a very pretty color you chose for the bag!!

 

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