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Desirée Ferenczi

Your blog is a pleasure! And those yarns look lovely.


How beautiful!!


Congrats on your blog - it's beautiful and you look great! I haven't seen you since the PACE days at MHS.

Welcome to 2.0, Oma!


SO pretty! :)


I looove Maya's yarns, I'm so happy to have found your blog.

Mu Mu Design

I'd like me some of that!




a comment… okay… how about…

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Will that do? LOL


how wonderful! i have some of maya's yarns - they are exquisite! i'm happy to have found your blog, and also happy that you're doing better from the super bowl sunday scare!

Melissa Snead

I would LOVE to win that wonder yarn!!!! So beautiful!!!! <3 Melissa

Diana Reulet

I love Maya's yarn! Take care!


I'm delurking for your giveaway, so sign me up! I've been wanting to knit a baby hat, and have been drooling over Maya's yarns for months!

I am so glad that you have a blog, and enjoy hearing any news (and seeing pictures) of you and your lovely family.


my Oma was a Hexe. I'm happy that you exist.

Sara Boatright

Great looking yarn.


gorgeous wool..........lovely blog


Well I don't know where I have been lately but just found your blog by way of Alexis and I am enjoying it tremendously.
I love Maya's yarn.
What a great giveaway.

Elizabeth Lehman

My kids call my mom Oma - I love it! I love Maya's yarn and would love to knit something with it!

knitting sandwich

welcome to blogland!!
maya has such beautiful yarn - what a wonderful giveaway!!



Oh my, I loooove her yarn and have been wanting to knit something nice with it when I get good enough! And congrats on the new blog...welcome to a great community.

Jamie :)
p.s. my 3 girls have an Oma too, tee hee


Welcome to the Blog world - I had a friend growing up who had grandparents that only spoke Russian we called them Oma and Opa. It was fun to sit and talk or I should say listen to them because we never understood what they were saying - one thing we could always communicate about was their garden - they taught me to love kalarobi. Hope I win one of these luscious yarns.

Crystal Pelkey

yay! a wonderful new blog! thanks for the chance to win and welcome to blog land. :o)


When this page loaded I just gasped - that yarn is so beautiful.

You are so generous to be giving it away

Rebecca Litchfield

That is some very beautiful yarn indeed. I love the green, it looks so soft. What a generous give away.


Oh, maya's yarn is so beautiful! What a great giveaway!


Congratulations on your blog!

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