... had a ... Shame about my family is that none of them SCA. So I can t use that as an excuse for xmas gifts. My almost 18 year old used to come when he wasMessage 1 of 10 , Nov 8, 2008View Source
> HA, I say unto you. Meg has outgrown all but her period skivvies. Thehad a
> baby is currently wearing her sister's hand-me-downs, which is kinda
> painful to see because I've come *so* much farther since then, but it
> does work. So her big sister needs an outfit and my husband hasn't
> new one in *years*, but I can't seem to put down the needles.Shame about my family is that none of them SCA. So I can't use that as
> My excuse is that these are Christmas presents and will save us big
> bucks. Uh huh.
> Margaret N.
an excuse for xmas gifts. My almost 18 year old used to come when he
was a little boy. My Husband has never been interested. And my
Toddler (3 at the end of the month) well I don't take him very often
cause he is too much of a hand full on my own at events.
(Who started a new sewing project today.)
Thanks for that reminder. The fine gauge socks I m knitting for Himself may take a little longer than I reckoned, even starting them as early as I have. MYMessage 2 of 10 , Nov 8, 2008View SourceThanks for that reminder. The fine gauge socks I'm knitting for Himself
may take a little longer than I reckoned, even starting them as early as
I have. MY copy of PoF4 (HOLY! HOLY ! HOLY) just arrived yesterday and
oh! look! I've got linen. Perhaps a nice shirt. Maybe some embroidery.
Meg's present, however, stands - she will have a new Bunny to be a
followup - not a replacement - to her lost Bunny of fond, fond memory.