Urchin

September 14, 2007

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Or yet another beret pattern!
The pattern can be found in the new knittyand from the looks of things it has some wonderful company. I’ve just returned from my first rock climbing in about 6 years and I still have the nasty cold, but I’m looking forward to looking through it in the morning when I’m more awake.

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If you’re coming here from either knitty or Neil Gaiman’s blog (Neil Gaiman linked to me – squee!) welcome, I hope you like my little site. The pattern for Coraline will be available soonish, hopefully within the next month.

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