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March 03, 2008

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Safe travel and enjoy delivering!

There is an article about the printable labels in Quilter's Home Magazine (I pretty sure it's in the March/April 08 issue); they tested several brands and had tips for use and getting the best print possible. It's not showing up on their website (that still has the Jan/Feb issue as I'm writing this comment) but I've seen it at Joann Fabrics, Books-A-Million, and Barnes & Noble during the last week or two.

The sweaters look great, I'll look forward to seeing the next ones!

Look at you go, busy lady!! Your EPS sweaters are darling and this is a growing experience for everyone!!

yay for the finale!!! I'm sure you're glad to be passing those blankets on huh!
I love your ads for Ravelry! FANTABULOUS!!
Steeks, woooooweeee your getting brave :)

Your ads for Ravelry are awesome! They are going to work so well for you. I really love the Blueberry Buckle - yum!

The little sweaters are too darling.

The presentation sounds fantastic - I think the label is great. It gives all the needed info and the message is beautiful.

Glad your girls took a break from the crazy for you.

Bless you Laura, I'll plan to join you on Saturday! John may get to come too, so we're excited! How great it will be to see you in Greensburg! Be sure you can get them early enough to look around a little and see what progress has been made! While it still looks devastating, it is growing every day!

Yikes! The afghan I've been seaming is almost done, but there's no way the mail will reach you by March 8 - will there be an additional handoff?

The afghan labels look good. I can't think of anything else that needs to be said. Good luck with the distribution.

Cute, cute sweater! I love how one basic formula can produce a variety of looks.

how exciting that the afghans are getting delivered! i hope you enjoy it -- you deserve it! : )

Aww, the sweaters are hugging! I can't believe that the afghan project is almost completed - I am so excited for you!!

Wow, you've gone EPS crazy!!! :o) They look great and I can't wait to see the rest!

Your Ravelry ads are really nice! And the picture of your two girly girls in the box should be labled "Good enough to eat, too"! With all that's going on in your life, please remember to breathe once in a while.

Hurray! Hurray! Hurray! The time has arrived. I will spread the word to family and friends!

P.S. Not to cause trouble...but the tornado was May 4th...

My sister has been keeping me posted on your project. So exciting. Have family in Greensburg so can't wait to hear more about it. Thanks for all you've done for these people! You are awesome!

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