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December 06, 2012


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Jennifer Rodriguez

I don't rip. I have a large pile of half finished knit and crochet projects. I guess in my mind one day pieces of them will be included in an assemblage. It used to bother me to have unfinished projects, but not anymore. The ones I still love, I do go back to and finish. The ones I don't want to go back to, well I figure they served their creative purpose at that time.. Better than mindless tv watching ;)

Amy Fitz.

I just "frogged" (rip it! rip it!) an old purse that I had partially knit and intended to felt as a gift for someone. I no longer want to give that person a purse, so it felt like FREE yarn! :D I'm with you on the yellow camisole, though. It looks so close to being finished (not to mention SUPER cute!), that you should see it through to the end! :)


Do not rip it!, but
Do not finish it!
Take them, just like that, join them and make a blanket.
It will be a blanket full of stories!!

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