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January 23, 2005

Snowed In!

taken yesterday at 3PM
we now have at least 12 inches!

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In DC we got 4" which is enough to shut the city completely down for a few days lol! Stoke up your fire and have Paul pull out the vino!

Posted by: scott | Jan 23, 2005 10:38:44 AM

Woohoo! It's a blizzard! Stay warm and cozy!

Posted by: Mary Beth | Jan 23, 2005 11:37:23 AM

Wow, that picture is something else!

Yesterday we were wearing shorts here in Los Angeles....80 something degress. Wish I could share it with you!

(and I compalined about the rain a couple of weeks ago)


Posted by: Karen | Jan 23, 2005 11:48:56 AM

I'm in New Hampshire now, but long ago I lived in Kentucky and that much snow would shut us down for a week at least. Now we have 25-30 inches and we will be back in business tomorrow. At least we had today.

Posted by: Teresa C | Jan 23, 2005 7:50:30 PM

We're iced in here in Virginia and it's a good thing because I just finished some natalya mitts and I love them. I'm going to love having them in the grocery store where I always freeze. Thanks for the great pattern. Jane

Posted by: jane | Jan 24, 2005 8:22:40 AM

I hold in my right hand! I am going to try to give the purl the extra tug - I only think of that with DPN's.

Posted by: Mary Beth | Jan 24, 2005 11:34:59 AM

so jealous! it finally cooled off enough here in louisiana to wear clapotis. i'll trade sun for snow anytime.

Posted by: amanda | Jan 24, 2005 1:06:34 PM

LUCKY! In chicago, we never shut down anything, and have to trudge through the whole mess- the worst part is the few days after where the snow is then gray. bleck. happy knitting time!

Posted by: erika | Jan 25, 2005 10:20:13 AM

Thought I'd let you know a second pair of Natalya's turned into mittens. I continued in pattern until they were long enough, decreased over 6 rows down to 5 stitches, ran the tail through the stitches and pulled tight. Basically the same for the thumb. They're tighter than most mittens which means I can use my hands more.

Thanks again for e great pattern/inspiration.

Posted by: Jayme | Jan 26, 2005 11:29:58 AM

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