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  • Bless Your Heart (said in a very southern voice). By the way, this “bless your heart” means poor thing/I’m sorry that happened to you.

    • Thank you for translating for her. #itsasouthernthing

  • Brilliant!

  • Bless your heart! The same solution dawned on me, after a rip-back. Too soon old, too late smart, as the saying goes. Happy New Year!

  • Knowing you contact the newspaper for typos I laughingly had to point out your typo “wever” in your sentence about never, ever, never happening again. Love what I’ve seen of your blog so far. Many interesting tips. I will tell my knitting buddies.

  • If you don’t have the funky stich markers (& you really do need them) then use small peices of ribbon tied around the needle, with enough loop to be able to insert the other needle of course. I have used the slim ribbon you find in the shoulders of bought garments that help you keep things on the hangers – works a treat……………..lovely

  • About t make this very same shawl, bless your heart for the reminder!

  • totally bless your heart!

  • I always make the most mistakes on the easiest projects!

  • Bless your heart ❤️

  • Bless your heart. Clever.

  • Bless your heart!

  • Thanks for having the mental fortitude to figure out how to use markers in this situation.i lobe your solution.