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  • Design Your Own Fair Isle
    Berkeley, California August 14-16 Contact janine@feralknitter.com
  • Santa Cruz Knitters' Guild
    March 7 Magic Ball: Color Seredipity Learn to Knit Fair Isle
  • Madrona Fiber Arts, February 12-15
    Tacoma, Washington www.madronafiberarts.com Magic Ball: Color Serendipity Fair Isle Tam Purl When You Can
  • Design Your Own Fair Isle
    July 14-16, 2015 Sievers School of Fiber Arts, Washington Island, WI www.seiversschool.com

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My mother always impressed upon us the importance of books and having shelves and shelves full of books. Despite the fact that I am a passionate reader, I have recently realized that books can sometimes just be...and it pains me to say this...clutter. I am getting ready to get rid of some books so I am inspired by your empty bookshelves (because I KNOW how you feel about books. How many trips did we take to the library when I was staying with you?).

Happy Birthday!!

Happy, happy birthday! So nice to see that you are no better than I in finishing UFO's. I vowed in January to finish all my incomplete projects before starting something new; i.e. my colorwork vest for which I designed the colors during your class in Taos. Sigh. I'm still finishing projects--there were so many!!! And, it seems there was a reason they were unfinished--some thinking needed. I also have started two pair of socks during this "no new projects allowed" period, plus an infinity scarf and a baby sweater.

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