There's a Paris Michigan about 20 miles from me. Maybe I'll see you in Paris sometime.DonnieK said:Absolutely not! I just got back from Moscow, Texas that is last week or so. I have been a world traveler and never left Texas. I have been to Paris also. Texas that is. LOL
I knit for charity and am always knitting. I am widowed and disabled but I still never stop. Afraid if I quit "working" I will just fade away.
I have to keep busy.
Welcome to KP and hope you really get to enjoy it without getting addicted to it. (But, I don't think you can)
The people are so wonderful here and friendly and from all over the world.
http://www.knittingparadise.com/t-38725-1.htmlHipoldfarmgirl said:Helmet liners for the troops? Canadian troops in Afghanistan? Or who? My son has a purple heart from Iraq; he is engaged to a gal who spent 4 yrs as a medic in the US Army. I have entered a quilt in a Modern Quilt contest, about Iraq deployment (and all the PTSD that goes with it). Where do you get pattern for the helmet liners? I have loads of wool, on our 250 plus sheep here in Michigan.