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crossing fingers and toes

by ysoldateague March 14, 2006

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craftster’s down again, eep. And nasty 404 errors are coming up, that can’t be good.
In knitting news – I finished a sock and I’m almost done with the back of Rosa. I dyed even more yarn, some laceweight wool. Now I want to knit a shawl – but what the hell would I do with a shawl?

No pics because I’m a complete moron and left the camera at a party on Saturday. But I should get it back tomorrow.

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