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by ysoldateague March 29, 2006

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this last week has been kind of busy and weird. The matilda jane pattern is done but tomorrow I’m going to Thailand (weee!) so just in case there are any problems or issues I don’t want to put it up and then dissapear. Consequently I’ll be back with the pattern in a fortnight or so. I have absolutely no idea when I’ll get much crafting done again though. I’m coming back from holiday and straight into exams. But after that I have some exciting plans. See you on the other side. I’m sure I’ll have internet access some of the time while I’m away so if you want to get in touch go ahead and email.

xxx

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