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July 31, 2012

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Shelly

Your mother IS beautiful! And so is the shawl. I love the color you chose. Good job on a finish! Enjoy your evening . . . sounds divine.

Donna

Your gorgeous mother looks lovely in the shawl! You did a great job. Makes me want to learn to knit. It's the only stitchery I never learned (Amber knew how) to do.
I hope you don't get wet with a water balloon :)
Hugs,
Donna

Sue

That's a gorgeous shawl! And your mother IS beautiful! She does not look 70! She looks so pleased with this lovely gift. You're a good daughter :D

Maureen

I love the shawl! You are so talented!!

Terri

70?! Great boobs! (I'm allowed)

carolld

Love that shaw. Wish I could knit like you do. Such beautiful stitches. Your Mom is beautiful. I love how she showed the shaw in so many different ways. Great job!

Thimbleanna

Hahaha -- hopefully, the fact that you were blogging on your computer saved you from the water balloons. Your mother is beautiful -- and so is her new shawl!!!

terriaw

What a beautiful shawl! It looks fabulous on your mom. I like the scarf look too. Nice to hear this was an easy stitch. The ruffle edge adds fun movement to the design. And what a treat to give this to your mom for her birthday!

Ivy

Your mom looks fantastic! And she's a great model! :)

Deb

She's beautiful, Stephanie! (Shawl is too!) :)
You did great to finish on time.

PegVan

Thanks to all your great friends who wrote about my shawl, Mamma Pea. They are so nice!! We had a great time at the lake, and I can't wait to show off my new shawl/scarf to my friends back home here in Florida. You can bet it will also be traveling with me as well! It is so very packable and is the perfect companion for cruising, day or night! Thanks again for such a wonderful gift. Hugs and love coming your way.

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