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Chapter 18

stitch her aunt over at Carmody taught her. Not a soul in Avonlea know it (begin subscript)^(end subscript)(begin superscript)but us,(end superscript) and we pledged a a solemn vow never to reveal it to anyone else. Diana gave me a lovely beautiful card with a wreath of roses on it and a verse of poetry.

(begin strikethrough)”(end strikethrough)If you love me as I love you
Nothing but death can part us two.(begin strikethrough)”(end strikethrough)’

And that is true, Marilla. We had We’re going to ask Mr. Phillips to let us sit together in school again and Gertie Pye can go with Minnie Andrews. We had an elegant tea. Mrs. Barry had the very best china set out, Marilla[?] I can’t just as if I was real company. I can’t


"a new crochet stitch": Probably a stitch that would be used for edging a doily or for crocheted lace. The University of Guelph owns several pieces of Montgomery's handiwork.