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I broke down today and bought the yarn for the snowflakes. I can always go back when I'm moved and have the flakes done to choose a background yarn to use.

 

This is a nice portable project to work on while we are "waiting" during the move. Waiting for our stuff to be put on the truck....then on the other end waiting in a hotel for our stuff to arrive.

 

Am excited...getting ready to start my first snowflake!

 

Let it snow, Let it snow, Let it snow!

Amy

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Just got back from vacation. I didn't hook at all! I've got kids leaving from here tomorrow and will probably get back on track Monday. All my hexes are done and some panels are stitched. I just need to finish stitching panels and then I can put it all together!

 

I'm glad to hear how well everyone is doing.

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I am now piecing it together. I have 2 rows stitched. This part takes forever. As the color is dark, I must do it during the day. Guess what I'll be working on today in the airconditioning!

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Thanks for answering my question. Mine are about the same size. The picture was

a little decieving I thought that they were bigger.

 

 

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Yep I'm about to run out too and since I'm determined to only buy my Pounders when I have a 40% coupon, I'll have to wait until I get one. That's OK though because I have tons of other yarn and need to make a baby blanket for a friend who's daughter is expecting.

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I've stitched another panel together. It is getting hot on my lap even in airconditioning! These snowflakes sure aren't very cooling. I'm almost done, but it is going to take me a while. I'm just not up to working on it.

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