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March 14, 2008

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tiennie

I think it's really cute!

mari

I think it looks great on you! The stitch definition with that yarn is really great too!

Cornflower

It's lovely, Charity!

marianne

I think the bolero looks wonderful on you! I say, show off that baby bump with pride!

Carrie K

It's really cute, I love the way it looks on you!

Electrician as a trade sounds really good. The pay is probably better too.

I cannot look at your gorgeous yarns below. Cannot.

Colleen

Cuteness!!!!!!
I can do basic electrical stuff, switches and outlets plus minor plumbing- next up will be some masonry for the retaining wall.
no reason women can't do it all! :)

diandra

i think it totally gave your baby bump that extra level of pride and cute-ness!

Jennifer

So cute!

Julie

What an adorable bolero; looks great on you!

Sheri

That's really cute!

SpiderWomanKnits

Great Bolero! I wore similar things throughout both of my pregnancies. Because of that I can completely imagine how it looks on you but let's see a belly shot!

Is it too early for me to have belly envy already? ;-)

Sarah

That is a great little number - so glad you have found a nice group to meet with, sounds like fun

Knittypants

Really cute, Charity! Although, I want to see a belly shot :-)

Jo

It looks great Charity and so glad it was such fun, I love getting together with other knitters!

Jo at Celtic Memory Yarns

Love the bolero and intend to make it now that I've seen what a wonderful job you've done on it.

Totally agree on the women in men's trades issue: get exasperated whenever I (still) find surprised looks and queries if I want to know how to do something considered masculine. (Still remember the time I joined a steam train restoration group only to be told kindly that I would be allowed to make the tea...)

Jo at Celtic Memory Yarns

Love the bolero and intend to make it now that I've seen what a wonderful job you've done on it.

Totally agree on the women in men's trades issue: get exasperated whenever I (still) find surprised looks and queries if I want to know how to do something considered masculine. (Still remember the time I joined a steam train restoration group only to be told kindly that I would be allowed to make the tea...)

Patty

Love it! Is the snow melting yet?

Gina

I love the bolero!

Anne

Lovely little top and it looks great on you Charity.
Sounds like a perfect group of knitters and an interesting subject which I and my daughter have strong views on ;she was the first woman train driver in Liverpool and boy did the men resent it .Always hard for a woman to break into a man's role , is it the same the other way around I wonder ?

Ruth

The bolero looks great - and what a fabulous maternity knit that will fit just as well after! But I agree - I want to see a belly shot!

stefaneener

It looks like the perfect belly-topper. Stuart is just crazy. Glad you had a good time -- I keep trying to get my second to agree to become a plumber. So expensive, and not life-threatening, unlike electricity!! And I have to call a plumber today, in fact.

Hasbu

I think it's very cute and I'm sure it looks perfect with your growing belly. :)

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