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October 21, 2008



Your Rhinebeck trip looks wonderful. Love the new yarn, and it's just nice to hear from you. :)


Well, hey...glad you came up for air and visit with us. Sounds like you had a marvelous time at Rhinebeck...

I didn't get there this year...maybe next...


Hey, it was great to see you.

Excellent spindle choice.

Yarn: What about a saddle shoulder or shirtyoke sweater, by Zimmerman. Sean was wearing one at Rhinebeck.It would be very good.


I miss seeing Rhinebeck! I used to live in New Rochelle, Fishkill and Albany for a time and loved the trips down the Hudson valley, ah... Looks like a fun knitting hang out too. Wish I'd known.
Thanks for the info.


Sounds like an absolutely lovely day!

Glad to hear that things are progressing on that other front, too!


Glad you had a Groovy time! I skipped Rhineback this year and went to Webs instead. Dinner with Franklin.... you are special!


Rhinebeck? Dinner with Franklin and Co.? (lucky them to be able to enjoy your dear company!)And perhaps a tender companion who does not have dogbreath? What a splendid autumn you are having! Joy and dancing in the leaves to you. And big warm hugs!

In my opinion, that yarn wants to be a top-down cardigan with perhaps a single simple cable down the fronts, and definitely pockets.


I was glad we had the chance to chat for a little while in Rhinebeck. Mostly, I was glad to see that the magic of MSKR hadn't worn off. I agree with Ted on the sweater options...something simple and classic that lets the yarn do all the work is the way I would go. No cables or stitch patterns.


Glad to get an update on things. Here's hoping that you'll be able to pick out china patterns!


Sounds like a super Fall in many, many ways! Too cool that you got to meet Franklin.

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