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Old January 27th 04, 07:42 PM
Shillelagh
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Yay!
I just finished my NYCO blanket. It's in the washer right now getting

ready
to go on my bed. I am so glad to be finished with it as it was getting
monotonous. It is gorgeous though, and very much worth the work.


Kelly - can you show us a picture?

Shelagh



I will be starting a reversible two color blanket next using a pattern on
Crochet partners - mhunter green on one side and wine colored on the

other.
I think that will take a really long time, so I don't have a deadline on

it.
I'm also learning how to knit! My MIL knits, and she's going to give me
lessons. She actually knows how to teach lefties so it's going to be fun.

Kelly




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Old January 27th 04, 07:45 PM
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Thanks Mirjam - I think I'm going also to use some yarn in my stash to make
the moebius of yours on elegant crochet. It's beautiful!

I'll post a picture as soon as I can.

Kelly
"Mirjam Bruck-Cohen" wrote in message
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Congratulations KELLY
mirjam
On Tue, 27 Jan 2004 19:01:15 GMT, "news.sonic.net"
wrote:

Yay!
I just finished my NYCO blanket. It's in the washer right now getting

ready
to go on my bed. I am so glad to be finished with it as it was getting
monotonous. It is gorgeous though, and very much worth the work.
I will be starting a reversible two color blanket next using a pattern on
Crochet partners - mhunter green on one side and wine colored on the

other.
I think that will take a really long time, so I don't have a deadline on

it.
I'm also learning how to knit! My MIL knits, and she's going to give me
lessons. She actually knows how to teach lefties so it's going to be

fun.

Kelly





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Old January 27th 04, 08:24 PM
Mirjam Bruck-Cohen
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Congratulations KELLY
mirjam
On Tue, 27 Jan 2004 19:01:15 GMT, "news.sonic.net"
wrote:

Yay!
I just finished my NYCO blanket. It's in the washer right now getting ready
to go on my bed. I am so glad to be finished with it as it was getting
monotonous. It is gorgeous though, and very much worth the work.
I will be starting a reversible two color blanket next using a pattern on
Crochet partners - mhunter green on one side and wine colored on the other.
I think that will take a really long time, so I don't have a deadline on it.
I'm also learning how to knit! My MIL knits, and she's going to give me
lessons. She actually knows how to teach lefties so it's going to be fun.

Kelly



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Old January 27th 04, 11:48 PM
Katherine
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news.sonic.net wrote:
Yay!
I just finished my NYCO blanket. It's in the washer right now
getting ready to go on my bed. I am so glad to be finished with it
as it was getting monotonous. It is gorgeous though, and very much
worth the work.
I will be starting a reversible two color blanket next using a
pattern on Crochet partners - mhunter green on one side and wine
colored on the other. I think that will take a really long time, so I
don't have a deadline on it. I'm also learning how to knit! My MIL
knits, and she's going to give me lessons. She actually knows how to
teach lefties so it's going to be fun.


Woohoo, Kelly! COngratulations!
Katherine


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Old January 28th 04, 06:57 AM
Noreen.J
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On Tue, 27 Jan 2004 19:01:15 GMT, news.sonic.net wrote:

Yay!
I just finished my NYCO blanket. It's in the washer right now getting ready
to go on my bed. I am so glad to be finished with it as it was getting
monotonous. It is gorgeous though, and very much worth the work.
I will be starting a reversible two color blanket next using a pattern on
Crochet partners - mhunter green on one side and wine colored on the other.
I think that will take a really long time, so I don't have a deadline on it.
I'm also learning how to knit! My MIL knits, and she's going to give me
lessons. She actually knows how to teach lefties so it's going to be fun.

Kelly


Kelly,
Congrats on finishing your NYCO! I'm left-handed but knit, crochet and tat
right handed....
Hugs,
Noreen


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Old January 28th 04, 12:50 PM
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Kelly! Congratulations!
I am sure you are happy and will enjoy to use the blanket!!
Your next project sounds nice too.Yes, much work, you surely have to be
patient,
but, as your remark today is good: It's worth it!
The Bi-colored Reversible Afghan , Is this the ine you are going to
make?
http://www.crochetpartners.org/Patterns/CPpat15.html
AUD ;-)

"Noreen.J" skrev i melding
.. .
On Tue, 27 Jan 2004 19:01:15 GMT, news.sonic.net wrote:

Yay!
I just finished my NYCO blanket. It's in the washer right now

getting ready
to go on my bed. I am so glad to be finished with it as it was

getting
monotonous. It is gorgeous though, and very much worth the work.
I will be starting a reversible two color blanket next using a

pattern on
Crochet partners - mhunter green on one side and wine colored on the

other.
I think that will take a really long time, so I don't have a

deadline on it.
I'm also learning how to knit! My MIL knits, and she's going to give

me
lessons. She actually knows how to teach lefties so it's going to

be fun.

Kelly


Kelly,
Congrats on finishing your NYCO! I'm left-handed but knit, crochet

and tat
right handed....
Hugs,
Noreen


--
http://mail2office.tripod.com/musings/
http://mail2office.tripod.com/noreensknitche/

change n e t to c o m to email me


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Old January 28th 04, 04:18 PM
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Yes - that's the one. I plan a couple of months for that one. I'm using an
"N" hook, but I still get the feeling it'll weigh 30 pounds at least by the
time I'm done.
I'll post a picture today of the other one, qas well as the one I made for
my DD.
I'll post a link as soon as I can.

Kelly
"Aud" wrote in message news:[email protected]
Kelly! Congratulations!
I am sure you are happy and will enjoy to use the blanket!!
Your next project sounds nice too.Yes, much work, you surely have to be
patient,
but, as your remark today is good: It's worth it!
The Bi-colored Reversible Afghan , Is this the ine you are going to
make?
http://www.crochetpartners.org/Patterns/CPpat15.html
AUD ;-)

"Noreen.J" skrev i melding
.. .
On Tue, 27 Jan 2004 19:01:15 GMT, news.sonic.net wrote:

Yay!
I just finished my NYCO blanket. It's in the washer right now

getting ready
to go on my bed. I am so glad to be finished with it as it was

getting
monotonous. It is gorgeous though, and very much worth the work.
I will be starting a reversible two color blanket next using a

pattern on
Crochet partners - mhunter green on one side and wine colored on the

other.
I think that will take a really long time, so I don't have a

deadline on it.
I'm also learning how to knit! My MIL knits, and she's going to give

me
lessons. She actually knows how to teach lefties so it's going to

be fun.

Kelly


Kelly,
Congrats on finishing your NYCO! I'm left-handed but knit, crochet

and tat
right handed....
Hugs,
Noreen


--
http://mail2office.tripod.com/musings/
http://mail2office.tripod.com/noreensknitche/

change n e t to c o m to email me




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Old January 28th 04, 05:23 PM
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Here is the link to my NYCO, and the pictures I took of the blanket I made
for my daughter:

http://www.imagestation.com/album/?id=4287860719

Kelly
"news.sonic.net" wrote in message
...
Yes - that's the one. I plan a couple of months for that one. I'm using

an
"N" hook, but I still get the feeling it'll weigh 30 pounds at least by

the
time I'm done.
I'll post a picture today of the other one, qas well as the one I made for
my DD.
I'll post a link as soon as I can.

Kelly
"Aud" wrote in message news:[email protected]
Kelly! Congratulations!
I am sure you are happy and will enjoy to use the blanket!!
Your next project sounds nice too.Yes, much work, you surely have to be
patient,
but, as your remark today is good: It's worth it!
The Bi-colored Reversible Afghan , Is this the ine you are going to
make?
http://www.crochetpartners.org/Patterns/CPpat15.html
AUD ;-)

"Noreen.J" skrev i melding
.. .
On Tue, 27 Jan 2004 19:01:15 GMT, news.sonic.net wrote:

Yay!
I just finished my NYCO blanket. It's in the washer right now

getting ready
to go on my bed. I am so glad to be finished with it as it was

getting
monotonous. It is gorgeous though, and very much worth the work.
I will be starting a reversible two color blanket next using a

pattern on
Crochet partners - mhunter green on one side and wine colored on the

other.
I think that will take a really long time, so I don't have a

deadline on it.
I'm also learning how to knit! My MIL knits, and she's going to give

me
lessons. She actually knows how to teach lefties so it's going to

be fun.

Kelly

Kelly,
Congrats on finishing your NYCO! I'm left-handed but knit, crochet

and tat
right handed....
Hugs,
Noreen


--
http://mail2office.tripod.com/musings/
http://mail2office.tripod.com/noreensknitche/

change n e t to c o m to email me






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Old January 28th 04, 05:45 PM
Aud
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Thanks for sharing your pics! (I signed in.)
Both afghans are beautiful!
--
AUD ;-))
alrefsnesathotmaildotcom
http://community.webshots.com/user/dual44

"news.sonic.net" skrev i melding
...
Here is the link to my NYCO, and the pictures I took of the blanket I

made
for my daughter:

http://www.imagestation.com/album/?id=4287860719

Kelly
"news.sonic.net" wrote in message
...
Yes - that's the one. I plan a couple of months for that one. I'm

using
an
"N" hook, but I still get the feeling it'll weigh 30 pounds at least

by
the
time I'm done.
I'll post a picture today of the other one, qas well as the one I

made for
my DD.
I'll post a link as soon as I can.

Kelly
"Aud" wrote in message

news:[email protected]
Kelly! Congratulations!
I am sure you are happy and will enjoy to use the blanket!!
Your next project sounds nice too.Yes, much work, you surely have

to be
patient,
but, as your remark today is good: It's worth it!
The Bi-colored Reversible Afghan , Is this the ine you are going

to
make?
http://www.crochetpartners.org/Patterns/CPpat15.html
AUD ;-)

"Noreen.J" skrev i melding
.. .
On Tue, 27 Jan 2004 19:01:15 GMT, news.sonic.net wrote:

Yay!
I just finished my NYCO blanket. It's in the washer right now
getting ready
to go on my bed. I am so glad to be finished with it as it

was
getting
monotonous. It is gorgeous though, and very much worth the

work.
I will be starting a reversible two color blanket next using a
pattern on
Crochet partners - mhunter green on one side and wine colored

on the
other.
I think that will take a really long time, so I don't have a
deadline on it.
I'm also learning how to knit! My MIL knits, and she's going

to give
me
lessons. She actually knows how to teach lefties so it's

going to
be fun.

Kelly

Kelly,
Congrats on finishing your NYCO! I'm left-handed but knit,

crochet
and tat
right handed....
Hugs,
Noreen


--
http://mail2office.tripod.com/musings/
http://mail2office.tripod.com/noreensknitche/

change n e t to c o m to email me






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Old January 28th 04, 05:57 PM
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Thanks Aud -
do you have to sign up to see the pictures? I hope not.

I was quite proud of them. Now all of my daughter's friends want blankets of
their own. The offer is open - bring me the yarn, and I'll work on a
blanket.

Kelly
"Aud" wrote in message news:[email protected]
Thanks for sharing your pics! (I signed in.)
Both afghans are beautiful!
--
AUD ;-))
alrefsnesathotmaildotcom
http://community.webshots.com/user/dual44

"news.sonic.net" skrev i melding
...
Here is the link to my NYCO, and the pictures I took of the blanket I

made
for my daughter:

http://www.imagestation.com/album/?id=4287860719

Kelly
"news.sonic.net" wrote in message
...
Yes - that's the one. I plan a couple of months for that one. I'm

using
an
"N" hook, but I still get the feeling it'll weigh 30 pounds at least

by
the
time I'm done.
I'll post a picture today of the other one, qas well as the one I

made for
my DD.
I'll post a link as soon as I can.

Kelly
"Aud" wrote in message

news:[email protected]
Kelly! Congratulations!
I am sure you are happy and will enjoy to use the blanket!!
Your next project sounds nice too.Yes, much work, you surely have

to be
patient,
but, as your remark today is good: It's worth it!
The Bi-colored Reversible Afghan , Is this the ine you are going

to
make?
http://www.crochetpartners.org/Patterns/CPpat15.html
AUD ;-)

"Noreen.J" skrev i melding
.. .
On Tue, 27 Jan 2004 19:01:15 GMT, news.sonic.net wrote:

Yay!
I just finished my NYCO blanket. It's in the washer right now
getting ready
to go on my bed. I am so glad to be finished with it as it

was
getting
monotonous. It is gorgeous though, and very much worth the

work.
I will be starting a reversible two color blanket next using a
pattern on
Crochet partners - mhunter green on one side and wine colored

on the
other.
I think that will take a really long time, so I don't have a
deadline on it.
I'm also learning how to knit! My MIL knits, and she's going

to give
me
lessons. She actually knows how to teach lefties so it's

going to
be fun.

Kelly

Kelly,
Congrats on finishing your NYCO! I'm left-handed but knit,

crochet
and tat
right handed....
Hugs,
Noreen


--
http://mail2office.tripod.com/musings/
http://mail2office.tripod.com/noreensknitche/

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