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Wednesday, November 02, 2005

Comments

Lauriel

What an amazing transformation! The yarn becomes vibrant. I like your idea of big color options. I'm curious to see what transpires.

Laura

I've been wanting to make that little sweater for a long time now. It will be so beautiful in that red. What about a little powder blue flower with a turquoise center? That will set off the red perfectly!

Bliss

Every time I see that little bolero, I want to knit it - even though I have no one to knit for who is that wee-like. I LOVE the color of the yarn. That will make a smashing bolero. I can't wait to see it.

Kathy

I LOVE red. That little bolero will be darling.

Chris

What a perfect combo: your new and improved yarn, a sweet little girl and and an adorable sweater pattern. Hope it eases the stress!

Liz

Love the reds...the perfect color to perk you up while the color is disappearing from the natural world.

Laura

Oh what a darling sweater! You're really inspiring me to collect a buncha buncha books!! I know my husband will thank you for this one too Kim. heheheheh

margene

Of course you can get red! Perfect red. Can't wait to see that little sweater on the little one;-)

Beth

Perfect!

I'm particular about reds too. If they're not orangey they're pink-y or some such thing. The more intense you want the color, the harder it is to find a good one. The best red I've found was that Louet Gems yarn I used for the Sockapal2za socks - called Cherry I think.

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