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Good idea! I'm not interested in the book, but can't wait to see what others write.(I'm sorry, but I think some of the Knitters stuff is just too weird ...)
A woman is knitting as she drives (which is totally unsafe, and I don't advocate it). Pretty soon, her speed has crept all the way up to 95 mph--and she passes a parked police car. The car gives chase. Officer Bob turns on his siren, but the woman, oblivious, doesn't notice him. Finally, he pulls up alongside her car and yells, "Pull over! PULL OVER!"She looks at him, looks at her knitting, and yells--"NO! It's a CARDIGAN!"
Now something cute.
You did't put up a limit of how many responses we could submit, so here I go again...
I must have that bookMy snapdragon soul simplyYearns for a ponchoYarn is no objectMy needles are plentifulMy gauge will be off.:)-adrienne:)
By hook or by crookCrocheting pattern-less; Look!The pretty pictures.
I don't know if my reason is any better or worse than anybody else's, but I simply love books, and I love wraps and ponchos. A few years ago my aunt gave me this weird looking garment. It was a poncho, except it had sleeves and a neck - it was a swoncho! Over the years my love for my swoncho has grown and now I cannot do without it. And by now all my friends love it as well. We've even made up an imaginary animal - the swoncho - which is a little bushy and thick around the tummy, but similar size as a goat, except not as skinny. It lives in an eddish (it's a real word, I swear!) and all its wool becomes swonchoes for us to wear! But my own swoncho is now getting old, and I need to see if I can maybe make a new addition to my swoncho family. Hopefully your book could help there!
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