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August 21, 2016

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Toffeeapple

I have never seen any Miss Marple, film or TV, but I do recall knitting those scarves; I must have been about seven or eight years old at the time. I think I have always had needles in my hands.

Susan D

Oh goodness,I just came across this lovely knitting in the movies series this morning, while gobbling down breakfast before packing for my trip to B.C.(which always takes all day) so I don't have time to make all kinds of knitty responses. Perhaps later.

:^)

Mary Lou

I have an old knitting pamphlet with that scarf in it. I will get to it one of these days. I didn't care for Margaret Rutherford's Marple. She seemed a bit to gung ho and horsey-set. I think I like Julia McKenzie best. Great series of posts.

Denise Salsbury

Agatha Christie herself chose Joan Dixon to portray Miss Marple. I have watched all versions on movies and television. MS Dixon will always be the PERFECT actor as Miss Marple to me!

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