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Saturday, May 02, 2009

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The Town of Hyde Park Historical Society is sponsoring an "Eleanor Roosevelt Knit-In" on Sunday, May 2, 2010, 1-5 p.m. at the Henry A. Wallace Center on the grounds of the FDR Presidential Library & Home, Route 9, Hyde Park, NY.

Attendees will knit or crochet 7" x 9" acrylic yarn blocks for afghans to "Warm Up America!" There will be Roosevelt films shown, an appearance by "Eleanor," refreshments, and a free pass to the FDR Library the day of the event. Attendees do not have to knit or crochet to attend, however, reservations are required. This is a very popular event, so early reservations are recommended.

Reservations are required in advance by sending a check for $15/person to the Town of Hyde Park Historical Society, P. O. Box 182, Hyde Park, NY 12538. Include name/address/phone/email address.

For information call: 845-229-2559 or 845-229-7711.

Submitted by: Patsy N. Costello, President

Town of Hyde Park Historical Society
P. O. Box 182
Hyde Park, NY 12538

Phone: 845-229-2559
Cellphone: 845-242-4304
Email: Patsyc97@AOL.com

March 15, 2010

please share a picture when you make this. it is GORGEOUS!!thanks for sharing,Amy

I love the projects that you pick! And I'm totally in love with this sweater. That brocade effect upper bodice is so intriguing. I'm anxious to hear what you have to say about the pattern when you read it.

Ooooh, pretty, pretty, pretty -- is that jacquard-looking part done on teeny needles? I'll be curious to find out more when you've got pattern and yarn in hand.

Egad. I totally agree. That is a stunning sweater, and it looks like it could be quite flattering. Good luck with it.
(I must say, however, that it looks like the model is wearing her boyfriend's pants.)

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