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To Martha and Sarosh

It was an absolute pleasure to be invited to attend your wedding.  The ceremony was loving and thoughtful. 

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It was clear to everyone that you are a loving couple who will enjoy life together with humour and thoughtfulness.  

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The reception was fun--I learned to Bhangra, I was apparently the best dressed at my table (or the most daring since I had to Gangnam Style--very sneaky of you).  And the food was delicious (I was sad that the server took my naan--I was slowly savouring it).

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I love that you both hugged everyone in the reception line.  Sarosh had never even met Craig but was clearly so happy that everyone came to your celebration.  

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I hope you enjoy my gift to you.  I confess it is a bit of a selfish gift.  I *really* like making blankets and your wedding was an excellent reason for me to knit another one.  It wasn't hard to let it go (even though the kids wanted to keep it) because it was always intended for you.  

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I wished I had been more organized and got the gang together to make this.  But you didn't leave us much time with your speedy engagement (which I totally admire and respect).  Instead there are yarn contributions from Keri W, Keri C, Kathleen, Tonya, Kim and Lettuce Knit.

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May it keep you warm in a lifetime of snuggles.  

 

 

Comments

Lovely!

What a loving and fantastic gift.

Nice to find someone else who loves knitting blankets as much as I do. They're fun to make even if I am giving them to someone else.

Such a wonderful blanket and a great gift. I'll sure they'll be nice and cosy.

Beautiful

Gorgeous! And such an excellent sentiment.

Great post, and of course a lovely blanket!

Oh, yay! Here I was admiring the gorgeousness of the blanket, and then read my name and realised some of that yarn came from me! :)

That is a really sweet sentiment and the blanket looks gorgeous. It really came together!

It turned out great!

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