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Dear Bev.I cannot even begin to tell you how much I love your website, Bev's country cottage. I think it was the very first favourite i ever saved for patterns when I got the internet for the first time. I have made endless items using your patterns. I thank you so much for them all. I just got another pattern for mittens knitting 2 at a time, and voila i foud them on your site. No surprise there.I would love to knit double knit mittens for christmas gifts however the only pattern i found was way too big. They will fit a Sasquatch...........rofl. Do you by any chance have a pattern for double knit mitts that i could get a copy of for all sizes incl. children. I find with them being reversible they are also thicker and wil stay dry in the snow longer.Thank you firstname.lastname@example.org
I just have to say when I found that you had a blog I was so excited, and I would like to follow your blog if you do not mind. I just wanted to say that I have been crocheting some of the cancer caps from your web site patterns and the end of this month I will be sending them to a local women's center that will be sending them out to those who need them. I wanted to do something good for someone that would help them and I hope it helps, and if I can help it it will be something I continue to do. Have a good day!
I just wanted to also share my appreciation for your many talents. Beverly you are truly a special person with a sweet spirit and generous nature. Thank you for all the wonderful patterns and tutorials.Michelle
THANK You so very much. We had an unexpected arrival of our Great Grandson 2 months early. Your patterns have helped me clothe him. His mum and Dad were so worried could survive.He is now a very healthy baby, and is home weighing 7lb. I have found 2 charities here in the Uk that supply prem-baby clothes straight to the hospitals. I have just sent off a box of knitted/ crochet items from your patterns. So Thank you so very much. x from across the pondx
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