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La

I see you have discovered Lisa Sousa too. Isn't her stuff amazing? And aren't the Sousas just great people?

Angela

Ai yah! I wish I could be there next weekend :( Enjoy, and keep things up high away from Tank.

Wendy

NOOOOOOOO! Not the Circulars! Bummer. And $40 for needles is too much of an indulgence for something that's not even wool, for my taste.

I do like the Clover. I buy them from good ole Beverly's Crafts. I nearly got laughed out of a guild meeting for saying that I didn't think that Addi Natura were worth the $$$$ Pah. More money for fiber!

CarolineF

Beer is good, then I'll concentrate my preparations on wine..... Whee, only a week! And the rain is getting itself all over with today and tomorrow!

CarolineF

Beer is good, then I'll concentrate my preparations on wine..... Whee, only a week! And the rain is getting itself all over with today and tomorrow!

kim

Did I tell you about my client who brought in a pair of size 11 Addi metal circs that had gotten chewed through by HER puppy?? You are not alone. Be thankful he hasn't munched on one of the wheels. When Albi was a puppy, he was unnaturally attracted to the treadle of my Ashford Traditional. Yeeks! Hang in there!!! They only teethe for about 2 years.......

Lisa S

Thanks, you guys. I know that Tank is doing very well for a puppy and when I think back to the pup that I had before Sasha and all of the damage... Well, let's just say that a $10 circular needle is the least of my worries. I learned from my neighbor, who raises guide dog pups and who took Sasha in when we went to NZ, NYLABONE. Yes, they cost $10 apiece but I have $50 of chewed Nylabones lying around the house and no chewed furniture. They each have an end and growl and gnaw on them together, these where-one-begins-the-other-one-ends dogs. Nylabone. Oh, and picking up my damned knitting.

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