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03/21/2017

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Dagmar

Wow, 15 years? Leander grew up fast LOL
Beautiful wrist warmers.

Hugs, Dagmar

BrittArnhild

Hahaha Dagmar. I have corrected it now LOL.

mardelle

Wristwarmers - how fun!
Thanks for the info on the needles. I tend to use European (mm) needles. Usually 2.5 and 3 for mittens. That sure is a lot of stitches with small needles on those sweaters.
You have me thinking…...

Fran

Very stylish! I have made lots of fingerless mitts over the years. Maybe time now to start on wrist warmers.

BrittArnhild

The perfect time Fran :-)

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