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September 03, 2005



Excellent post, Dorothy - thanks for that. The Madli is looking neat - that's on my to-do list as well. Love those little fruit hats, they crack me up! :)


Very well said Dorothy!

How exciting about baby Izzy and family moving closer, now you'll get to spoil her on a regular basis. The hat is going to be so cute, don't forget to show us a picture on the little cutie!


Congrats on your wonderful news Dorothy!! Especially now when so many are shattered and suffering, it's wonderful to hear about your family togetherness!

You Madli looks lovely! I think your yarn and pattern have finally found thier knitting "soulmates" :)

LOVE LOVE LOVE the adorable fruit hat too!

Sage advice about being prepared...life has a way of blindsiding us so being prepared is so crucial!


I simply can not wait to see/hold/play with that amazing little angel... I'm going to go out on a limb and assume that I get to be an honorary aunt or something similiar, goodness knows I need to snuggle a little baby :)

I have just been praying that things would work out, but it's always been hard not to add "the way that Dorothy wants them to" in there :) but I think God knows what I was thinking anyway - even if I didn't let myself say it...

I just can't wait!

Grace saw the blueberry hat and she wants one of those now - her strawberry hat is getting a bit small and the pumpkin hat barely fits and she'll need another for her pumpkin patch field trip... suppose I better get to work... nothing cuter than two matching "honorary cousins"

What a blessing, and an answered prayer!


How wonderful! Is the move back final and official with all the approvals needed?


I'm so happy for you, Dorothy. Answered prayers. And, aren't those fiber trends hats adorable?


How exciting! The hat for Izzy looks great by the way. I can't wait to see all of the pictures that you are going to take :)


Your Madli is coming along nicely. I recently gave up on Madli because for some reason I just couldn't get it. I've decided now that it was the yarn and I subconciously didn't like it, so I kept messing up. I have new yarn and am about to start again. Yours is definitely inspiring!

Yvonne Madsen

Wow, you've been busy, Girl! I was delighted to see your zip up the front Rogue. I made the Rogue for my daughter last year (no zip) and loved the pattern. Now I might have to make a zip version for moi. Your lace is gorgeous, too!
Yvonne in Bellingham WA

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