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May 07, 2007

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I've thought of you every time I hear about Greensboro. You are so sweet to help you those in need.

Your bag is so darling! I put the squares together last night and started the sides. I'm going to get a heavy fabric as my squares are a bit floppy.

What a wonderful thing you are doing for this family you are adopting. I wish I could help--but as you know I do not know how to crochet.

I hope you get pleny of responses to this.

Love the granny squares! Am I understanding that the squares for the afghan are to be knit not crocheted? If that's the case then you can count on me.
Did I win yet? Huh? Huh? Huh?

would love to help with the ghan..

The bag looks really great. I was at Hancock's yesterday, and I think I saw that same fabric. Did you know Hancock's is filing for bancruptcy?

The afghan is a great idea! I'll see what I have in my yarn...

ohhh your bag looks great! The colour for the rest of the bag blends in so nicely with the others, and I do like your choice in lining too :)

Wonderful thought on the afghan blocks for Greensburg. I will have to see what I can do.

Your squares are so pretty! The finished bag will be stunning!

Count me in for the the afghan! What timeline are you looking at for getting them all in?

I'm looking forward to the crochet tutorial :) I'll need all the help I can get!

You got it, girlfriend. I'll be gartering away. I was wondering if someone was going to get something going for those folks. And I'm sure I've got something in the stash.

Oh the tote is gorgeous! Truly. I am not such a fan of Granny Squares (really, I don't know anything about them - it is the name I think - makes me think of dusty macrame) but this is a beautiful project. I am looking forward to the tutorial.
Great idea for the blankets - is this something you are doing, or your church? I saw the news coverage today and it is stunning. My hearts go out to those families - what a test they are undergoing.
Great outlook on your weight this week - you'll get there. Day by day. The best thing is that you got yourself back on track and taking care of your health again. That is excellent!

it's lovely and i'm hoping i win!

Love the fabric you selected. You're bag is going to be awesome.

Count me in for a knitted block for the Greensburg afghan. I'll get stared on one as soon as I get home from our trip.

Of course, I meant "your" bag...

What great ideas for Greensburg -- practical help with the houses and something from the heart, the afghans.

I will be sending some squares your way. And I love, love, love your color choices on your larger than life bag.

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