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03/19/2017

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Georgeanne

The Abbey looks beautiful. It must be a lovely place to visit. A pattern in English sounds wonderful! These would be perfect little projects to help me get back into knitting!

mardelle

Easter egg Bags? How do you use those? I guess my one and half year old grand daughter would like them - She is now into putting things in and taking things out…..of anything.

Fran

So that is what your buttons were for? To fasten the little Easter bags. Perfect travelling project.

BrittArnhild

Yes Georgeanna, the abbey is truly a serene and lovely place. I will see if I can make up the pattern and post it in English this coming week.

BrittArnhild

Mardelle, I use them to cover the boiled egg and keep it warm on the breakfast table :-)

BrittArnhild

No no no Fran. This is not the secret knitting project :-)

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