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    It's a book signing! No, it's a trunk show! No, it's an impromptu fashion show! No, it's craft meets knitting meets community meets inspiration meets...oh whatever. Just come say hi to us if we have an event in your area.

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12/15/2011

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jafabrit

LOL, chuff is to be pleased or happy, and eating sweets or drinking punch always makes one really happy ;) as in "chuffed as punch", but err, ooooooooh yes chuffing, hum! well, ahem! conjures up rather naughty visions and isn't err, well doesn't have quite the same meaning. wink! wink!

Congratulations on best book lists, that is just mega cool beans :)

nancy Mellon

Corrine is chuffed quite a lot, which means she is one happy girl. :-)
Watch out, being chuffed can be addicting. I find myself using that expression quite a lot since I met Corrine.

Congratulations from me too!
Nancy

joan tapper

Let's be frank,, Joan didn't crochet at all (well, one row of crab stitch to edge a sweater designed by Nanney Kennedy), but it's true, I'm no longer daunted by a granny square pattern. Also, credit where it's due...I was inspired by Gale's own granny square scarf for her sister, which I saw on Ravelry.
Joan

gale z

Now I'm chuffed that all 3 of you commented. I think chuffed as mintballs might be my new phrase. I bet I sound idiotic saying it without the accent.

Mary Lou

Yeah well you can fake the accent.

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