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Robin

Love your posts!!! I'm with you on the Humvees and the mosquitos. We have springs behind us and I swear I can hear them propagating back there. I'm adding you to my FAV BLOGS list!!! Will check back regularly!!

wavybrains

To S--my bloglines is ever expanding with new knitting blogs and websites. Feel free to browse my list for more ideas including--GASP other male knitters

margaux

Can we have a "knit-in" to show our solidarity? I'll sing too... "Let there be knits on earth and let it begin with meeee."

Ava

You can tell the coffe hasn't kicked in yet when I was trying to figure out if I missed something in the first paragraph. Funny! To A - I knit the Union Square poncho out of Lion Brand (gasp) and it became such a tedious bore. Just a little heads up. To S - I am so jealous of Brooklyn Tweed's stuff that it isn't even funny - especially his photography.

Scribbles & Bits

Hilarious! I promisae to lead a chorus of "We Shall Yarn Over!"

Agnes

I often lurk too ... but leaving comments is`also fun. And Artfibers! I LOVE THAT SHOP! (please excuse mt shouting ... can't help it!)

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Needles

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  • ROY & G. BIV
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  • Biscuit's Big Boy Blanket
    Rowan Denim Ye gods, will I ever finish this thing?