Jealousy – The Green-Eyed God

As Shakespeare once said “O! beware, my lord, of jealousy; It is the green-eyed monster which doth mock the meat it feeds on.” but I coveted Jenny’s Christmas present  from her daughters! I also coveted the one Judie carried too!

 

A Namaste tote for carrying projects. Oooo how I loved it size, pockets and colour. I must must must have one too!!.

 

So I surfed the web looking for one and on the website perused the styles but was always drawn back to THE MONROE.

Caribbean Blue

The next problem was the colour I loved the Caribbean Blue but no-one had it in stock, I had to choose between Red or Eggplant, in the end I settled on Eggplant even though Jenny had that colour.

 

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I am so pleased with it I can get more than one knitting project in it and all my other bits and pieces! I even use it for work as it holds A4 files perfectly

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I’m going to use it on my upcoming trip to visit daughter No1 and Grandson so I can knit all the way to America!!

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  1. Judie

     /  February 9, 2013

    You’ll love using it!!!

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  2. You haven’t seen my two Namaste bags yet 😉 They really are lovely…

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  3. No I haven’t would love to see them

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