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Saturday, August 13, 2005

Comments

Annie

Every picture in this post is just beautiful! Birch looks heavenly. And the yarn is wonderful.

Vicki

Yay for happy endings! The morning glory made a lovely beginning, too. Woo!

Teresa C

The Morning Glory and Birch are fierce rivals for attention on this blog post! Lovely knitting and lovely shooting.

margene

Beautiful Birch! The color in that morning glory is just glorious;-)

Juno

I like them both. Not much help, am I?

But, while one could make an argument for either, I bet the left hand one will knit better. Gentler color variation.

I am 75% plied on the Blue Lagoon. Wow - not so much blue, more kind of sea foamy, (this is good) and absolutely beautiful.

You do nice work, lady.

Lizzy B

Hmmm, I can't wait to see the knitted swatches. I'm inclined to agree that the blended is less jarring to the eye, but it may knit up beautifully. Perhaps a splash of purple instead of pink? It would blend into a beautiful lavendar which is found in many morning glories... :) Thank you for sharing the 2 results! Birch is lovely!

Holly

Beautiful morning glory and a perfect name for the roving. Birch is lovely.

Jean

Your Birch is stunning, Kim. LOVE it!

Robbyn

Birch is beautiful! And that morning glory photo? Just sensational! One of my very favorite flowers and would be a nice name for your new yarn.

Cathy

I see I will just have to say "me too me too me too" in the comments about Birch being beautiful, about Morning Glory being a wonderful name, and finally eager to see the rovings knitted up. Me too.

Laura

I don't think I mentioned it before, but I like the separate colors. Good job on Birch. Hey, I just bought a new harness for one of my dogs last night and guess where it was made, Conway!

Cindy D

The Morning Glory spinning is aptly named. I love Birch in white!!!

Bliss

Very beautiful birch!

Toni

Birch 'tis beautiful!

Jackie

Birch is beautiful! Were you sad at the end? I just loved knitting is so much, I was a littel sad to see it end!

The spun Morning Glory is great, too. I can't wait to see them knitted...I really like both.

Cassie

Interesting, very interesting. I'm personally liking the more blended roving, but seeing them knit will be even more telling.

Your birch is beautiful! I can't believe you finished it in the heat of summer.

Cindy

Birch is beautiful! And I love the rovings.

Mary Beth

a beautiful post, flowers, roving and Birch is lovely - way to go!

Liz

Oh, Kim, Birch is beautiful! So glad things ended up ok between the two of you. ;)

I still can't tell which of the rovings I like better...I'm definitely interested in seeing how they look when knitted up.

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