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Kathy

Where did you go??? I have a hunch!

Marcia

Can you believe I was in Boston for a day and a half and never got near a yarn shop! So glad they brought back Mission Falls..good stuff, especially for kid knitting!

Manise

Who moi? Blink, blink, blink...... *insert much laughter*

--Deb

That sounds familiar! (Did you see my post from yesterday? I truly did't plan on buying yarn yesterday.)

Norma

What's all this baby knitting you're doing??? 8-)

Judy

fallen woman.

margene

YOU? Enabled? Well, I never.

naomi

Why don't we get to see the cashmere?

Kim

Manise enable? I can't believe that......;)

Ruth

I have no idea who you could possibly be talking about.

Lynn

You're very kind to the Divine Ms. M, but I'm assuming you're not showing the cashmere because it's going to be a thoroughly nupped-up shawl for me for Christmas, right? I bought Nancy Bush's Estonian Lace book yesterday; can you tell? And I had a pound and a half of the Spinner's Hill batt; I spun thick, but not so lofty, yarn indeed.

Caroline M

I am not seeing a hat, I am seeing stash yarn. You can't fool me, hats have needles in them or look like hats.

claudia

No court would convict you.

Alicia

YUM!

gayle

Obviously you were bushwhacked by the yarn while your guard was down. Totally not your fault.

Sylvia

If you haven't used 1824 before, WASH YOUR SWATCH. The stuff is lovely to work with, but it grows when wet. Caveat!

Please show the cashmere so the rest of us can drool and turn green.

Lucia

Cashmere? *What* cashmere? Give.

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