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  1. I came across your website while I was looking for crocheters from The Woodlands , Texas. I love your work its beautiful ! Thanks for the patterns, I can’t wait to try.

  2. Janet, thanks for visiting my blog and really thanks for commenting.

    Knitting sox is really pretty easy – – – a lot of the time.

    Because of you I am coloring my nails again :*)


  3. I love your work. I love the crocheted star ornament and the miniature mittens. Great job on the blog

    Personalized kntting and crochet labels
    knittersclasses on Ravelry

  4. I enjoy reading your blog. Could you add the option to subscribe to posts via email? That way, I could be sure to never miss a post!! Thank you for considering my request. amber

  5. I have a book I would like to send to you for possible review. Could you send me an address to which I could send it. Thank you

  6. I had a question on your patterns on the Child’s Self-Striping Hat I need to know what EOR means. Please have a wonderful day.

    1. Hi Janet! “EOR” means “End of Round” — since you’re knitting in the round, you’re not knitting “rows” but “rounds” but EOR could conceivably also mean “end of row”

      I hope that helps!

  7. Hello Janet, I am excited to find you. It’s been a long time since M-D and I am hoping we can get together and visit. You have a wonderful site here and you are still as beautiful as ever.

  8. Hello,
    I was looking for the free pattern for the Fair isle baby pattern that has a free video link in very pink’s website. i remember that i did download the free pattern from revelry long time ago when i was beggining to learn but now that i would like to try something different i could not remember what in which file i downloaded it. Can i request a copy from you please(if in case you still have a the pattern). It would be very helpful for me to do this with the free video in very pink website.
    Thank you:)


  9. I came across your ‘blogs’ today (both current and past) while searching for a method to inventory my unwieldy collection of needles and hooks. In your archives I found a post with a downloadable PDF – and have searched through your current pages to see if there were any additions (and to make sure I wasn’t asking a question whose answer was already there!).
    If you are still sharing, I would love to have the knitting needle inventory in spreadsheet format. It would be wonderful to not have to “reinvent the wheel”.
    Thank you for a wonderfully engrossing blog!

    1. Hi Melanie! Thank you for reading my blog.

      Early last month, I had some issues with both my current and former blogs being hacked and I had to delete several affected files, including patterns and the needle/hook inventory spreadsheet. I created the spreadsheet prior to joining Ravelry and have since migrated to using the needle/hook inventory there. If it helps, my spreadsheet was very basic – I could probably recreate it and send it along if you’re interested! Otherwise, please join Ravelry if you’re not already a member and check out the needle and hook inventory there.

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