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It’s a good idea to look at your knitting occasionally

by ysoldateague April 21, 2007

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My head just isn’t that asymmetrical.? Which normally is a good thing.

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After going to four shops I did at least find enough safety pins. So when I convince myself to go back to this I’ll be prepared. That’s something, right?

For now I think it’s back to swatching new yarns for me. Hand Knit may have been one of the four possible safety pin shops. I may have bought yarn. First though I’m going to bake something, because cookies make everything better and studying requires fuel.

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