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Monday, July 24, 2006

Comments

Anne

What great yarn! I am partial to that shade of purple, so you really can't go wrong there in my book!

kathy b

Please send angora bunny pictures. I am flirting with raising one for yarn....

harpnut@gmail.com

I will study this process for at least a year before I delve....Im methodical about animals.

Pamela

Mmm, I love french toast too, although over here we use a variation called Poor Knights Of Windsor. Either way, it's yummy.

Annie

What a lovely setting, french toast, lace knitting, it doesn't get much better than that.

Meg

The morehouse look divine, as does the french toast!

Laurie

Lovely! Good hint for dealing with almost felted roving. I have a couple of those languishing in my stash.

PJ

Yum and yum! Love both ;)

wool winder

Yum! The french toast and the lace. Glad you were able to salvage the roving and create such a pretty yarn.

Carole

Oh, that french toast looks good! And I'm not even hungry. Well, I'm always sort of hungry but now I want french toast. Sigh.

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