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28 November 2007

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Teresa C

Good thing you are a determined knitter and not a giver upper.

kmkat

A lot of wisdom in this post. The ups and down inherent in dressing oneself, keeps the heart limber. Good writing, lady!

Cassie

I haven't learned those lessons yet. The emotional cycle thing just throws me way off kilter. Still. Good for you - you're a better Cassandra than I.

Cassandra

Heart limber piece of piss. You really have an interesting voice. The knitting is pretty good too...even if it is reknits. Well, we've all been there - prostrate.

Needles

I'm beginning to think this is inherent in knitting. Well excpt for scarves. THEY are forgiving. Everything else...

Lizbon

I admire your fortitude. When I encounter that kind of thing, I generally shout indelicate words and throw the WIP into the RIP bag.

Jessica

Glad I'm not the only one that does this. You know. The flinging I mean. ;) Although it's usually more often my cell phone that has dropped a call for the 80 billionth time. But I've been known to misspace a decrease or two as well and experience equal frustration.

"cable/kimono hybrid" - I'm intrigued.

Laurie

Piece of piss...one of those turns of phrase I run over and over in my mind, wondering, "what DID she mean with that?" The context is sardonic, the bald statement otherwise. Margene just did a post on sweater fitting today. She didn't include advice to make the second sleeve just like the first.

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