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August 12, 2005

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Claire

*Gorgeous* pattern! It's going to be lovely when you're done!

Annhb

My husband was just in Hong Kong and that reminded me to check in with you and see what you've been knitting - wow - I love your blanket - it's just gorgeous! and your beautiful scarves - you've inspired me to dig out my Scarf Style book. I received some Knit Picks Elegance today - have you tried it? The Andean silk also feels nice - I think they would make wonderful scarves. Interweave is putting out another "Style" book this Fall - I think it's "Wrap Style" or something - have you seen it yet? I saw some pictures and the little flowered cape caught my eye - it would be so cute on my daughter. I might have to give that one a try! Annhb

katrine winnett

I was searching for a knitted throw pattern and found this , its gorgeous! I was wondering if i could get the pattern from you. Waiting anxiously Katrine

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