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December 16, 2010

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Kelly

hehhehe wonder what he would have said abuot circulars :)

Rue

Fabulous story! And I absolutely love that Celtic Heirloom marled yarn. If you're still on a Jared Flood kick, it would make a lovely Habitat.

melissa

okay, that is one awesome story! i think they are definitely what the harlot would refer to as muggles! :)

that yarn store looks fantastic though! as does all the yarn you got! what fun!!

Rachel

I love stories about muggles!

That red is beautiful and can't wait to see what you've been working on. BTW--I've slowly been going outside of my color comfort zone as well when Raina pointed out to me about a year ago that everything I knit is blue, green, or brown. It's been good for me and I'm sure you'll love this leap!

I'm also finally learning what size I am as well...I have your problem and wear huge things!

Looking forward to the hiking post!

cmv

what a wonderful yarn store- all those bins and shelves are so inviting! i want to go and squeeze everything in the store! your yarns look lovely- have fun!

SNOOPYDOG

Hello there! Nice to meet you. Thanks for your kind comment on my blog. That looks like a fab yarn shop. Wishing you a merry Christmas and a happy bloggy 2011. Ros

Bubblesknits

LOL Proper knitting needles??? Lord, help...I guess I rarely knit "properly" then. ; )

You got some great deals. It's a shame that yarn shop is semi-blocked by all the renovation. It looks really nice!

kate

Ha ha, the knitting needles story cracked me up - thanks for the giggle!

That rustic lace yarn looks lovely, what a find. And I can't wait to see the project you're wearing...

amanda

Not proper knitting needles!!! That gave me a giggle!

nova

That yarn shop looks amazing. I want to go to there.

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