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  • That’s a faboo Taro!! I can see why you couldn’t wait to kvell, even at 1:30 in the morning (and on a SCHOOL NIGHT)!

  • lovely to see what can be accomplished with inspiration such as yourselves (and dare i guess plenty of knitting water?).

  • Aw, hell, Kay, I’m kvellin’. Super Fantastic! It looks so, Frencher, on that pont.

  • What’s best about this amazing photo (beyond, of course, the beauty of the bwankie) is that the child is pointing to it, with an expression somewhere between pride for the bwankie and the desire to have it back. Now.

  • What’s best about this amazing photo (beyond, of course, the beauty of the bwankie) is that the child is pointing to it, with an expression somewhere between pride for the bwankie and the desire to have it back. Now.

  • Fabulous! Perhaps the ultimate handknit has already been made?!

  • what pleasure to gaze upon the psycho blankie once again….i am drinking in it’s innate beauty….with joy!

  • concerning the sidebar re fencing…..i highly recommend it for the young-uns….strategic, cerebral, almost like human chess in the flesh. and….the uniforms are very cool!

  • That’s some blanket–really beautiful. I’d kvell along with you if I knew what that meant and if I thought it was legal in Iowa.

  • I have swooned over all the afghans you’ve knitted. These are fabulous. Any chance the patterns will be in your upcoming book? Please, please, please consider publishing them otherwise.

  • Kvell you must. It is fabulous!