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Wednesday, February 01, 2006

Comments

Julia

Your clapotis is gorgeous! I love that yarn.

Christine

Puppies!!! :) My second Clappotis is on my computer chair for when I get chilly. I really loved this pattern... can't say why, just did and yours is beautiful!

Beth S.

Such lovely colors in your Clapotis!

Barb

I'm sitting here at my computer wrapped up in my Clapotis, catching up on bloglines. Your Clapotis is very lovely! It is an amazing project.

vanessa

love the chinaberry and the puppy collage ;-)

Juno

Chinaberry...oh, baby. Come to mama.

Save me some? I'll see you there at NETA....or maybe you could do some Polwarth in that colorway..afterwards.

Hi to the puppes. They are unspeakably cute.

Cheryl

I love that Hot Pink roving! I'll add that to the list of things to get at SPA this year...

Leslie

All of the roving looks wonderful from here, even without angora! And the pattern for Clapotis was really perfect for that yarn. Beautiful!

Danielle

The Roving looks great..I like the colors.

margene

I do love Edward Gorey...I'm Quinten.
Your Clapotis is fabulous and the balls of roving are to live for!! Lucky SPA goers!!

Cindy

Clapotis is so colorful.Your fiber is luscious.You've just reminded me that I have some of your fiber that I have yet to spin :).

Liz

Mmmm... Chinaberry. Your Clapotis is beautiful, Kim! I love the colors. :)
And Edward Gorey has always been a favorite... off to take the quiz!

wool winder

Your Clapotis is really pretty! I'm like you were about making it, but maybe you are changing my mind.

Liz

I LOVE that Chinaberry! Will you be selling that colorway? I will definitely pick some up if you are!

I loved that quiz too! You have the best death by far! Death by Gin! :) Too cute! And those babies are precious! and the Clappy is going to look lovely on you, and when you aren't wearing it I bet it looks fab on that Paprika couch! :)

christine

Chris - love your Clapotis - I have one in the project queue, too.........Will have to wait until after the Olympics now!
Cyberhugs to the pups!~

Anne

Mmmmm..... I am do love your color blends. In fact, I had a wee bit of Chocolate Mint left over, which I am using as the darker color in a 2-color earwarmer for a horse-riding friend. But I could happily live in Dawn forever.

--Deb

The roving looks beautiful, and so does your Clapotis. I've resisted that pattern so far, too, and yet . . . it sure looks lovely! Maybe I'll just wait until it's no longer trendy, or something . . . because it's so much fun being behind the times!

Cassie

Those are some beautiful new colors. Now, stop tempting me.

Judy

Does that mean you will go to the Spa this year?

Beth

I was also going to die smothered under a rug. You end up with any Chinaberry left - send it my way. You've really got a knack for color.

And I'm so glad you finally knit a Clap-o-tee! I love mine and I'm really considering knitting another one.

Kathy

Your Clapotis really turned out beautiful. As is your roving -- just gorgeous -- photos like that may make a spinner out of me :-)

Teri

oooh.. pretty. I'm similarly disinclined towards Clapotis, but I've not been inspired like you have. Eh. Maybe later.

In the meanwhile your roving is gorgeous!

Laurie

That first roving under Clappy is amazing. So is the snow around Clapotis. 45 degrees here today, 50 degrees tomorrow.

Mindy

Hmmmm, you can just send a little of that Dawn color my way...

Karen

You ask what do we think about the merino......It's just gorgeous. If only I know how to spin, because all of your fiber looks wonderful!
Karen

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