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The jacket turned out beautifullyKiss  So glad he still likes it.  Kiss

It looks like it fits absolutely perfectly...not too loose, not too tight.  And that's so hard to accomplish!  And I imagine at his age he's grown since you originally started it, so him being able to fit in it so well is a fantastic accomplishment, because that's hard enough to do when someone stays around the same size all the time.  Kiss

Well done!  Kiss

I posted one FREE soap making how-to book for Kindle for today...if you're interested, please grab it before it's gone!  (Note: you do not need to have an actual Kindle.  If you have a smartphone, you can download a Kindle reader app for FREE...if all you have is a PC, you can download to your PC...and I believe there may also be a way now of completely bypassing any kind of reader app to read directly online - though please don't quote me on that, as I'm not sure.  I find the PC reader to be quite decent for "how to" ebook content...since I don't own a Kindle, I can't say how well it works...but I would think a smaller screen would make a how-to book kind of difficult to read.)

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Aren't they adorable?!  Kiss  I love kittens, too!

BTW, if you look at that guy's YouTube channel, he shows how he made the kittens were harmed in the process!  Kiss

It really, really looks like a total blast, doesn't it?!  Smile

Have you seen Maru?  He's another cutie!  Kiss


Well you know I like the strong purples.

When I was working in sales I had a purple suit that I would combine with different colors of blouses. That suit always made me feel good. Smile

That's exactly what I was thinking, the scarf is sort of a lacy stitch. Now I can't wait to pick out a pretty variegated yarn to do it in. Kiss


Those sound like really nice temperature jealous!  Though the 40's are probably a wee bit cold for you guys (and I understand that, since you get hot summers), I would take it as a low here in a New York minute!  Smile  At least the lower temps are conducive to working on the blanket.  Kiss  It's hard to work on something so warm when it's too hot out, but in the cooler weather, it's much preferable!  Kiss

Unfortunately, we'll be going back down into the sub-zero temps, I hear.  I can live with below freezing, as long as it's not snowing or anything, but that sub-zero stuff is so bad!  I don't want to leave the house at that point.  Just sit around, pile on the clothes, and hope not to shiver too much!

I so wish we could just pipe our precipitation down to you!  Rain, some melted would be welcome to have all of our extra, because we have more than enough to spare.  Too bad it's not that easy!

Thanks...I'm glad you like the idea!  Kiss  It's kind of a little practical thing, more annoying to need it, but at least it's something I can do pretty easily.  And it uses the smallest fraction of yarn from a skein, as well, so it's economical and not very time-consuming.  Smile
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