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September 09, 2004

I got nothing!

I am working on my secret present for my friends birthday. So I can show that when I am done. A note to Cheryl, I am really thinking about starting your sweater! Really really.

I have been looking through my old knitting magazines. I mean REALLY, I have every issue of Vouge Knitting from 1995. Will I make every sweater? Probably not. I am thinking about getting rid of them. I don't need them! I just ordered more books from Crafters Choice. So I REALLY need to weed out what I REALLY need and what I don't. Should my blog have a garage sale? Is that tacky? Please let me know. I also have every issue of Interweave Knits. I can't part with those. I also buy Family Circle Knitting. But REALLY, do I need them all? Hmmmm...........REALLY!!!!!

Posted by beth at September 9, 2004 04:09 AM


i've mailed you again! (i'm getting all paranoid now - i feel i need to tell you every time in case the mail goes missing again.)

of course you don't NEED all your old magazines, but don't you just love them! i can never throw away anything ...

still, if you're selling i'm interested!

Posted by: kris at September 9, 2004 05:09 AM

I bet you could sell them pretty easily on here. You may want to set up something with PayPal if you are honestly thinking about it. Also, I would scan a few pics out of the mags so that people can see what they are getting. If something *tickles my fancy* I would love to get one of them too! (As I gaze upon my large stack of mags and books!)

Posted by: Lauren at September 9, 2004 08:09 AM

how many times can you say really?

Posted by: Pegi at September 10, 2004 04:09 AM

I have VK mags from 1989! and I've been thinking about getting rid of them too. Like you I wasn't really sure about posting stuff for sale on my blog but my co-blogger and I did it (in the De-Stashing album) and we're getting rid of stuff. It may be tacky but it gets the job done!

Posted by: Monica at September 10, 2004 04:09 AM