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Tuesday, January 08, 2008

Comments

Debb

Robins don't always migrate from New England and upstate NY. They roost in conifers and often will flock to feed if the day is warm(er) and calm. I saw dozens of robins in snow-free patches of meadow and plowed fields yesterday afternoon. Not a sign of spring:( It snowed last night and today.

Teyani

I love that pattern too. And the combo with your yarn looks perfect.
I've noticed that the birds are off this year as well. I wonder if they sense the seasons so differently than we do, or if it truly is changing on a rudimentary level.

Have a safe journey to Texas.

tiennie

I absolutely love this color! You take beautiful photos!

Susan Pandorf

Opulence looks scrummy! Can't wait. My rabbit ears are twitching with excitement; what color do I get?

Blessings, friend!

Patty

You've inspired me...I'm traveling by car for several hours myself this weekend and have not allegiance to my current projects! Have a great time. My son will be in Lincoln...

keri

That is beautiful, the yarn and pattern go beautifully together! =)

Laurie

It HAS been a very strange season. I noticed those dumb robins too.

Have a wonderful trip!

Beth S.

That's going to be absolutely lovely. Hope you get lots of time to work on it this coming weekend. :-)

Debbie

Oooh, so pretty! I love that pattern. Your color choice is so perfect. You're making the scarf? I like that idea. When will your Opulence be ready? Yes, I expect all wildlife is confused.

anne

oooh, that looks pretty . . it has the colors of that multi-colored decorative corn.

gina

Looks good so far...can't wait to try that yarn. It looks so soft! The geese are down here too (in droves), guess they are just a bit confused by the up and down temperatures...almost 70 the last couple of days!

pat jarvis

KIM HELLO -what a beautiful quote -love your stole , colour and texture lovely

pat j

Carole

Our birds are very very happy with the warm weather we are having today! That looks like an excellent match of yarn and pattern.

Kirsten

Anne's pattern is a beauty, a great choice for your gorgeous yarn!

It is so ominous seeing the animals disrupt their ususal routines. I've got a backyard full of geese right now, but for us that is not unusual for this time of year.

There is a lot of press in your little state today. Have a great primary day!

Teresa C

That is going to be a lovely stole. What about knitting the socks though?

Wool Winder

Looks like the yarn and pattern are a perfect match. Very pretty!

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