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    I am workingon a ruffle hat, and soon will be making some booties, just waiting for the pattern to arrive.

    Whats everyone else working on?
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    I just finished a sweater so I'm taking it easy and making a simple hat. Not sure what will come next. I need to decide on a good idea.
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    Elaine ~ Do you know what you're having!?

    I'm working on the bunny from itty bitty toys! I'm soooooo close to being done! I'm going to save it for my son's Easter basket.
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    Quote Originally Posted by AshnBill View Post
    Elaine ~ Do you know what you're having!?

    I'm working on the bunny from itty bitty toys! I'm soooooo close to being done! I'm going to save it for my son's Easter basket.

    Yes were having a girl!
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    I am rather disappointed in my latest project, a hat. It was a complex pattern and ended up being way too small. That's the trouble with hats! You only know when they're done what size they fit!
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    Very exciting, Elaine!!!!


    Quote Originally Posted by gardenbug View Post
    I am rather disappointed in my latest project, a hat. It was a complex pattern and ended up being way too small. That's the trouble with hats! You only know when they're done what size they fit!
    That's ok!! Can't you save it for the new grandbaby!? (Congratulations, btw!)
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    It probably will fit a 5- 8 year old! I'll have to find one! I had wanted to make it for DSIL though.

    Thanks for the good wishes! Very exciting news. Monday is Family Day holiday here, so I think they may announce their baby's September birthday to the family then. We'll see.
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    Still trying fancy hat patterns. I just learned to make bobbles and wonder why I waited decades to master these!
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    I just learned to make bobbles and wonder why I waited decades to master these!
    Just like cables. So simple once you've done it...so intimidating when you haven't! Welcome to the wonderful world of bobbles!

    I'm starting a sock knit along. We're making a pattern called rainbow swirl from the book sock club. It will be my first sock project that isn't simple stockinette. Exciting and scary at the same time.
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    Aren't we brave though! LOL!
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