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July 18, 2012

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Kristen

Can't wait to see the Annabel! And you modeling it :) Getting a glimpse of you would brighten my day, my friend. Missing you! (Nice Age of Brass & Steam....is it a scarf?)

Heather

What a beautiful color. I am always making things a bit bigger too or blocking a bit too aggressively. Glad you were able to add more yarn.

sylvia

oh, i can't wait to see your finished Annabel on you. i've been meaning to knit myself a black cardi... maybe it is the one??
thanks for your kind comment. the big brother is handling things well, i'm actually quite proud of him!

Natalie

I adore the colour of your Annabel, can't wait to see it modelled.
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swanski

Well I do hope you get the kick you need! I love your colorway and I would have done the same thing. Sometimes you just know when to add more :)

Dawn

If you don't mind my asking, what size Annabel did you make? Are you happy with it? I am working on Annabel in Quince and Co Osprey, Bark and making size 40. I am a medium sized rather thin person, but my bust measurement is about 40. I have gauge, I am just wondering how true to size the pattern is. I want this to fit when I am finished. How many skeins did you use? I ordered 6 but wonder if it will be enough, I want to lengthen mine too. Love the shawl.

Ellen

Dawn, I made it one size larger than that - I didn't want it oversized like another sweater pattern that I ended up completely frogging. But perhaps I went a bit small? Don't know yet. Will have to block and see.

steph

can't wait for Annabel to make her "debut"!!
I've been such a lazy bum this year---I've tossed stuff in the freezer like crazy---but NO canning (other than the strawberry jam); peaches are just about ready, and I might (MIGHT) breakdown and do some peach jam. If I can get off my lazy derriere!!!

Anja

Hi, thank you for your comment on my blog. Here are two links for the elderflower cordial recipe. i'm not using citric acid, only a lot of lemons (I'm adding lemon zetc until the cordial tastes right). I hope it helps.

Food in jars sounds like a great book.

Anja

links might be useful....


http://www.bbcgoodfood.com/recipes/531660/homemade-elderflower-cordial

http://uktv.co.uk/food/recipe/aid/516164

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