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Tuesday, May 27, 2008

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Rosanne - Firefly Nights

Glad you were able to track her down. Also like the scarf pattern. Knitspot does some great designs.

Ruinwen

Brambler is so lovely in that yarn! And the cashmere is so yummy; I know you are going to love playing with it! :)

anne

oooh, yummy fiber and your scarf is delectable . . .looks like blueberries!

moiraeknittoo

Count me among those who would love to know who the vendor is!

Rebecca

Is that cashmere roving actually such a lovely taupe color as it appears in the photo? Taupe is a wonderful color for me, and soooo hard to find.

Enough to make me get a spinning wheel!

Lorraine

Kim- Yes, I think we all need to simplify- I just haven't figured out how to do that.

Anne

Cashmere only? What a way to go!

Wool Winder

Another pretty scarf!

Debbie

Oooh, your yarn is rich, gorgeous! Love it. I can't wait to see what comes from the cashmere!

margene

Laurie asks the only question that is important. ;-)
Simplifying sounds like an excellent idea. I'm working on it, too.

Laurie

So who is the cashmere vendor? I'm curious.

Teyani

ahhh cashmere.

lovely brambler too

tiennie

What a score! Pretty scarf too!

Manise

I've got several of these guys queued and yarn acquired. Will make Brambler out of Tigerlilith's Cashmere/silk. But that 'Twilight' Opulence of yours is mighty tempting! What a gorgeous colorway!

That cashmere roving is yummy!

Kathy

Yum, cashmere!

Valerie

Brambler is beautiful and in that deep colour it looks so dramatic. I'll look forward to more pictures of your Bee stole, too, which I realy adore, especially in your Tupelo Honey colourway; I would love to make it but feel I need more practice with easier lace first, which I hope to gain on the Little Nothing scarves I have ordered. Is Bee very complicated or does it just look that way?

Jane

The closest I've come to knitting a lace scarf was the Clapotis, but I have some skeins of KnitPicks' Palette that may wind up in one. Bramble is very pretty.

Carole

These little scarves are addicting!

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