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    Quote Originally Posted by terayon View Post
    The small shop bag goes, well, shopping.

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    What fits in the small and large shop bags you ask....






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    Also doubles as a carry-on: Little Swift, 13" Cache, and recycled TB box transporting a hard drive inside....with room to spare. This is the large shop bag in wasabi.




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    Quickly becoming my favourite bag.

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    Quote Originally Posted by giuliof View Post
    Quickly becoming my favourite bag.

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    Are those persimmons? What are you going to make?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Darcy View Post
    Are those persimmons? What are you going to make?
    Yes Darcy, those are persimmons; I'm going to make a persimmon and raisins jam, with a touch of vanilla and Grand Marnier.

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    All packed for our recent trip to Washington, DC. Not in the photo is my Side Effect. . . . . and a much-needed, yet-to-be-released, medium sized, zip top, horizontally oriented, cross body bag ;-)


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    Western Flyer and Co-Pilot waiting at Dulles international.


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    Two of my favorite things


    You cannot imagine how ecstatic I was when I discovered I could have cork on my Soft Star Shoes!
    Si non aptus in Peram, ego opus ad buy magis quisque.
    my bags: S, LS, KP, mg'11, S, LS, COW, MCB, LS, COW, LSB, SE, LSB, TT, SB, TSS4, PCSB, PCBP, SC, BB, BB, FoJ, RS, F.O.T., LSB, S25, K, LS, I w/AS, A, PP FJN, SE, 3-DC, MCB, PCBP, PCSB, CQPC, S19, LSB, SB, TT, WF, UT, LSB, CQPC, SE2, MCB, RiPad

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    I am totally going to have to check out those shoes. I saw on Ravelry that you said they are good for people with Plantar Fasciitis. Well, I definitely qualify in that department! My normal go-to shoes are either Birkenstock, Earth, or Orthaheel. I love the idea of minimalist shoes, though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mausermama View Post
    I am totally going to have to check out those shoes. I saw on Ravelry that you said they are good for people with Plantar Fasciitis. Well, I definitely qualify in that department! My normal go-to shoes are either Birkenstock, Earth, or Orthaheel. I love the idea of minimalist shoes, though.
    I hope they work out. Make sure you read the site information and as with any new shoes, work up to wearing them for extended periods. And I don't mean break them in, they are so soft, there is no break in for the shoe, but your foot will need to adjust to not having the contour your other shoes provide.
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    my bags: S, LS, KP, mg'11, S, LS, COW, MCB, LS, COW, LSB, SE, LSB, TT, SB, TSS4, PCSB, PCBP, SC, BB, BB, FoJ, RS, F.O.T., LSB, S25, K, LS, I w/AS, A, PP FJN, SE, 3-DC, MCB, PCBP, PCSB, CQPC, S19, LSB, SB, TT, WF, UT, LSB, CQPC, SE2, MCB, RiPad

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    Here's a photo of my sock-in-progress, safely ensconced in my Iberian Travel Tray. It was taken while I was out at my local Starbucks.

    I love how well the travel tray works for my socks, as I knit them on 5 needles. The tray does a better job of not compressing them. I use the yarn stuff sacks for my other knitting projects.


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    Co-Pilots and Side Effects playing tourist in Ottawa.

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