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April 25, 2012

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steph

Oh, Lori should be in great shape for her trip....I made a few, too--and I've seen lots of others whipping up these little cuties. They were a fun, quick little knit. (I'm not a crocheter, either--I can do it, just don't really like to and certainly can't follow a pattern!!!!!)

Happy yarnalong day!

Heather

Oh course I made pockets! I don't think Lori realized just how many she would get. Love your color combinations. Crochet is not my forte either.

Taryn Oakley

What lovely pockets and what a lovely heart! I didn't see that post until now? Wonder if I have time to whip up a few?? Although I have zero idea how to crochet!

Amy {A Faithful Journey}

I also knit up a few pockets! It looks like Lori is going to be well stocked for her trip and the children she is able to give them to will most certainly be blessed!

swanski

I can crochet but I'm definitely not a big fan. Your pockets look great and I know they will be loved :)

Gesche

I love your choice of colors, very sweet little pockets. Loris "kids" will be so very delighted :-) I was feel very bad, that it would take too long for me to knit and send them from Germany in time for her trip.
Ellen, I answered your question about the baby in my posts comments, its a rather sad though.

Heather

Yep, that's what I've been making too. Your pockets look great!

amanda {the habit of being}

in my spare time i've been knitting pockets too :) and not a single grey one. woot woot!

Cheryl

Beautiful vibrant colours. Wish I could have joined in. Logistics of mailing in time, ruled it out! Lots of lovely pockets being made by all the Yarn-Alongers. That chimp makes me smile!

Allison

Those pockets are adorable, but some where along the way I missed the story behind them? I'm a bad blogger. :( For art classes, have them set up a still life, and have them draw it without looking down. It teaches them to really look at what they're drawing, instead of just drawing that they assume is there... (You might have already done this, but I took a lot of art courses in my life, and this helped a lot).

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