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May 22, 2006

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peg

I would love the pattern for the bag. How appropriate it that you call it Victoria and today in Canada we are celebrating Queen Victoria's birthday. I also live about a three hour drive from the city of Victoria. Looking forward to getting a pattern from you and thank you so very much!

dawn

Your lace may block out a lot. If you are seriously worried, put your stitches on a LONG piece of cotton (in a neutral colour!) and roughly wet block the shawl. I would use a length of cotton that it about 3x the blocked measurment and then tie the ends together (Ms Paranoid typing). I've seen miracles happen with dressed lace!

Noa

Francoise, I would *love* to get the pattern, if that's not too much to ask. As for the helping you bit, I would also love to oblige, but unfortunately, I am not familiar with typepad. I shall look into the matter, though, and get back to you if and when I figure something out.

Marie

I sympathize about the shawl. I'm working on one right now and still have many more repeats to go. I second Dawn's suggestion though...maybe if you tried preliminarily blocking it...
If it is not too much trouble, I would love to get the shawl pattern from you.
I'm not very technical so can't think of a way to post a link on your site...sorry.

Regina

I would love to get the pattern of the bag and to try and make one myself. I am a regular reader and admirer of your wonderful works ... I enjoy your lovely pictures. I dont have a website of my own, but as a kind of reward for the pattern I'll send you the url of "The little Knitters" by the Swiss painter Albert Anker (hope this works ok).

Christine

Merci mille fois pour le patron de ton splendide sac ! Je maintiens que tu aurais dû le proposer à Knitty, il le mérite !
Bon courage pour le million de mailles de ton châle !

carol

Wonderful - thank you so much for sharing the bag pattern. Off to look for suitable yarn now!

erin

Yay, you've got a pattern up now! Maybe the next one will be a sewing pattern for the other bag?

Louise

Merci beaucoup pour le modèle, c'est très gentil de ta part.
Je crois que je vais faire un petit tour chez Phildar très bientôt,
A bientôt

Dorothée

Chouette on va pouvoir se faire un joli sac pour cet été ! Merci Françoise.

eivlys

this is a delightfull place to be ! I love it, spent a wonderfull time going through!
go on please...

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