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October 01, 2007

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Jeannie

It's great to see you back. Things sound like they're going great there. That Mason Dixon book is baaaad. It makes me want to knit things that I wouldn't dream of knitting. Bathmat? Curtain? Yes, those are somewhere on my long I-want-to-knit-this list.

Did your Ogee skirt debut in class?

jennsquared

Welcome back! I totally understand what you mean! Sounds like you got some FO to show off pretty soon! I'll be posting one tonight.

becky

Welcome home Jen!!!

So great to have you back- throw mama from the train! ROFLMAO!

right after I considered it for a moment that is...

Heather

How fitting that you come back to the States and immediately hot the big box stores!:) I also completely agreee that Michael's and AC Moore are the same damn (suck ass) store! I have a line on Peaches and Cream here is you're interested...

Laurie L.

Peaches and Cream is difficult to find. I have found small skeins at JoAnnes (a fabric store), but for me the internet is the way to go.

Looks like you have settled into your new surroundings quickly...already at an arts and crafts fair!

Laurie L.

Peaches and Cream is difficult to find. I have found small skeins at JoAnnes (a fabric store), but for me the internet is the way to go.

Looks like you have settled into your new surroundings quickly...already at an arts and crafts fair!

Laurie L.

Peaches and Cream is difficult to find. I have found small skeins at JoAnnes (a fabric store), but for me the internet is the way to go.

Looks like you have settled into your new surroundings quickly...already at an arts and crafts fair!

schrodinger

Welcome back! Glad to see you're settling in. I find those yarns *really* hard to get in local stores, generally the internet is my LYS for many yarns.

tiennie

Yay! You're back!

Is there a Joann's near you? They have Peaches N Creme there.

Debbie

hum, well I just use Sugar & Cream. But have heard in order to do the Absorba Rug (which it sounds like your plotting on doing) that you have to purchase the double worsted on line through them. I had 6 balls going at once to make it work since I couldn't wait for the double worsted to be delivered via mail. Have to say I do absolutely adore my two Absorba rugs.

You are a yoga instructor!! My, aren't you the cool one. I'm always trying to get my younger geriatric patients to look into some of the age specific aka don't hurt the old folks yoga around here. Which reminds me, I need to get my sorry arse to the YMCA to check out their yoga classes!


as for unpacking, take your time. Do a few boxes a day and soon you will have finished.

April

Welcome home Jen. You must be so excited and overwhelmed right now. Hope the teaching goes well for you!

Shannon

Michael's carries Sugar n' Creme, at least on the west coast, which is pretty much the same. Is there a more local craft store? In (northern) California there is a place called Beverly's that also stock the Sugar n' Creme, but as I said, it's a local chain.

Can't wait to see what you've been working on.

Jessica

Welcome back to blogland. :) Hope you find the yarn you're looking for. Good luck with all that teaching too!

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