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03/29/2017

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Georgeanne

Wow! It looks wonderful!

Chris

Good for you!

BrittArnhild

Thank you Georgeanne.......tomorrow I plan to post your Easter egg bag :-)

BrittArnhild

Sure Chris :-)

Jackie

Beautiful work. You are so talented. Jackie

Fran

A whole bunch of crocus in different shades? Love your first one.

Britt-Arnhild

Thank you Jackie. Actually, when you know how to knit and purl, the crocus was not difficult to make.

Britt-Arnhild

Great idea Fran :-)

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    The first step is always the most exciting. I am sitting in a small hotel room, somewhere in Norway. I am knitting, and all of a sudden I knew it was time to start a knitting blog. Maskerade, masquerade, playing with words as maske is the Norwegian word for a knitted stich, rad is a row. Knitted stich in a row - maskerade.

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