Friday, September 22, 2006

Have Yarn, Will Travel

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Next week's blog will read more like a travel journal than a knitting blog. John has meetings to attend in New Jersey and I'm tagging along. We'll take a few days at the end to drive through New York and finally on to Vermont to visit family. I'm expecting to see some beautiful scenery and to experience some real fall weather. I'm really looking forward to this trip.

The only knitting I think I'm going to pack is the sock I'm working on. Of course, I'll have my yarn shop guide with me. When John is working during the day, I'll be on my own to explore. There just might be a yarn shop nearby, you never know.

Did pretty well knitting pumpkin hats and booties this week for The Preemie Project. I'll knit a couple of pairs of booties later today and put everything in the mail before we leave.

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See you on the road next week.

11 comments:

  1. ok, where'd you get that awesome needle holder thingy? Did you make it? I feel a trip to the hardware store coming on.

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  2. The pumpkin hats and booties are adorable! Have safe travels!

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  3. Have a fun trip! Good thing you aren't coming here...we skipped fall all together it seems. Your pumpkin hats and botties are just so darn cute.

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  4. Hi there, I just came across your blog yesterday and have added it to my favorites. That's saying a lot because I don't read too many blogs, as a homeschooling mom my time is precious. But so is your blog. I am teary seeing all of the amazing things you make for the preemie project. I look forward to learning more about you and your projects. What part of Vermont are you going to visit?

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  5. Have a great trip and I can't wait to read all about your adventures. Be safe!

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  6. Hi, me again. Thanks for writing back via my blog, and thanks for visiting. Too bad you won't be in my area, I would have treated you to a trip to WEBS. Hope you get to taste some good apples while out here. Blessings, Melissa

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  7. You just keep inspiring me again and again. It must feel so satisfiying to work with the Preemie Project. I miss knitting for babies, so that would be a perfect solution for me while also helping someone else! Have a safe trip.

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  8. Have a great trip! Too bad we weren't already living up there. We'll catch you in Houston sometime next year though. The hats and booties are adorable.. as they always are.

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  9. The pumpkin hats and blankets are beautiful. Have a great trip!

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  10. Hi Tracy, you might pack a few samples of your work if you have room. Susan and I would love to see them. We are going to pass along the information on the Preemie Project to a lady from our study group. See you soon! M

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  11. wishing you safe travels. :) have a great trip.

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~Tracy