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Fascinating, eh? by Mirjam Bruck-Cohen
I think i am addicted !!! to this group . I missed you all wahen i was away mirjam
July 10th 03 08:13 PM
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Ott lite deals by SlinkyToy
One of my Ottlite bulbs gave it up over the weekend. Local prices are outrageous -- Joann wants $27 for the replacement I need, and the Sylvania bulbs with the same form-factor plug just don't cut it as they are QUITE yellow. Joann.com is offering a 40% online order only discount on ONE item, but...
July 10th 03 08:34 PM
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REALLY an Ott lite deal by SlinkyToy
Ok, the local place IS a deal. I just bought a ProLume 13W-S (13w, S-type socket (I think, on the socket)) 5000K temp output 92CRI UPC 0715419132 Item 109132 PL 13S/50
July 10th 03 09:58 PM
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Designing Aran Sweaters by Allaya Diep
Hi Group! Can anybody recommend some good books of stitch libraries or anything relevant if I wanted to design my own Aran sweater? I went to Amazon and came up with a couple: "220 Aran Stitches and Patterns - Volume 5 (Harmony Guides)"; and "Patterns for Guernseys, Jerseys, and Arans;...
July 11th 03 12:00 AM
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No shriek this time, just a heavy sigh by spampot
....as I get halfway through the cast-on, thinking wow, I really am casting on loosely, good for me...until I run out of yarn. At this point I wish I'd taken good ol' Slinky's advice & rewound the friggin ball of yarn so I could tie the two ends together. Oh well.
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July 11th 03 12:03 AM
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" yarn words" in differenf languages by ejdallas
hi aud see if you can find an old copy of mon tricot the one i have is dated 1963, i found mine at yard sales, they hold great info. they one i have has francais,english,deutsch, esparol, & italiano. flashcat "Aud" wrote in...
July 11th 03 01:50 AM
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Clothes line Those small sandwiches... by Katherine
biig wrote I can remember my grandfather's long johns frozen stiff, standing beside the wood stove in the dining room to thaw out enough to lay over the folding wooden clothes rack. Now I've dated myself....Sharon in SW Ontario Canada Don't worry about it, Sharon! I share those memories....
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July 11th 03 09:06 AM
by Mirjam Bruck-Cohen Go to last post
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Dyeing experiments by Sue Carlson Dunn
Well, after all that useful information from Sonya, Helen and Els (many thanks!), I just had to have a dabble... I found some black food colouring liquid at the back of a cupboard and sloshed some into a bowl with some warm water. Then I soaked about 100 yards of the yellow cashmere in some warm...
July 11th 03 12:28 PM
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rug doilies by Anna MCM
Sue Carlson Dunn wrote: Anna Maria, try looking at www.angelfire.com/folk/celtwich . The doilies and other projects there are all for thread, but I've done a few of them in fine yarn to make throws and cushion covers, so I should think that if you used thicker yarn and a larger hook you...
July 11th 03 12:32 PM
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Test by Mirjam Bruck-Cohen
I see you see you sees you mirjam 4 -0300, "Katherine Burgess" wrote: LOL I can see you, Noreen! Hugs, Katherine "Noreen's Knit*che" wrote in message news:[email protected]
July 11th 03 01:45 PM
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Baby Hat and Spontaneous Combustion by Allaya Diep
I've never heard of that before! That's so interesting. One I HAVE heard (read it online somewhere) is that if you deny a pregnant woman her wish, you get a stye in your eye. This has already happened twice to my husband, who has never had or SEEN a stye before in his life, and now he's running...
July 11th 03 01:45 PM
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Was yarn doily, now Kudzu fiber. by Mirjam Bruck-Cohen
By the way ? what is Kudzo fiber ??? mirjam
July 11th 03 01:45 PM
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ATTN: Mirjam by Noreen's Knit*che
Mirjam, Watch your snail, the package I mentioned has FINALLY gone out to you. Shalom! Love, Noreen =A0 Noreen's Knit*che =A0 NATA #447 (my family tree is FULL of 'nuts'!) =A0
July 11th 03 02:49 PM
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ATTN: Nora by Noreen's Knit*che
Nora, check your email, there is something important there regarding one of our 'projects'. Love, Noreen =A0 Noreen's Knit*che =A0 NATA #447 (my family tree is FULL of 'nuts'!) =A0 =A0
July 11th 03 06:38 PM
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FYI - Tassels by SlickSethB
If you make your own tassels, this should interest you. The Tassel Master... 10.99 with free shipping Visit http://www.bottomlineart.com/seasonalsales.htm#50001 for more information. Thanks!
July 11th 03 09:36 PM
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S.E.X. Caught on Film! by Allaya Diep
Last month, my friends, Caryn, Crystal, and I went to the Yarn Lady bag sale for Caryn's birthday. I'm not sure if any of you have ever been to this sale (people tell me that customers fly in from all over), but it was definitely an experience! Imagine large troughs filled to the top with bagged...
July 11th 03 11:36 PM
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Ot i think i will crochet a litle cover for my cellophone by Mirjam Bruck-Cohen
hee all , my small feather light cellophone needs a cover i think i will crochet one , never made such a thing before so it will need thoughts ,,, will tell you when made !! mirjam
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July 12th 03 12:43 AM
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Lacy work -- weaving in ends? by Nancy Pannebaker
Hi Jake, Boy can I relate! I recently finished an afghan that had over 600 ends to weave in by the time I was finished (90 squares, multiple color changes) and as in your case the design was fairly open so that I couldn't just work over my ends as I stitched. What I did was to thread a yarn needle...
July 12th 03 02:36 AM
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ISO Leisure Arts Leaflet 2620, Quick Comfort by Caren
Marilyn, Yippee, skipee. In Sheep's Clothing had the leaflet (only one!). They e-mailed me a response, I called them, they took my "plastic money" over the phone & shipped it out. Got it two days later. I am so thrilled. I've already started back on the afghan I was in the middle of when I...
July 12th 03 04:10 PM
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A cup of coffee with my friends by Noreen's Knit*che
Hi Group! Thought I'd sit at the computer for a little while, read YOU, and enjoy a cuppa coffee (or tea) WITH you, my friends. My schedule has been really erratic, knitting here, crocheting there, tatting some, working on bobbin-lace, teaching knitting, getting ready for my display at the County...
July 12th 03 04:13 PM
by Helen \Halla\ Fleischer Go to last post
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