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Friday, November 13, 2009

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Beth

I love that! You did a wonderful job on it and the color is wonderful. Something to add to my queue... :)

Debbie

Very pretty! This shawl is on my list!

Susan

I hope you know it is YOUR fault I was just sucked into Ravelry looking at all the different projects made in this pattern.
(And it was most enjoyable. Thank you. Your shawl is an inspiration.)

jenny

You are such a very talented lady! My hat's off to you!

Laurie

Very pretty! The flying shawl picture shows it off well. I think it might have been worth the wonky process. But then, I'm not the one who had to knit it.

Kathy

I love it, Kim -- it's gorgeous!!

Laura

This is beautiful! I love the muted green.

Rachel

Gorgeous! As is your yarn! Interesting technique to forming the shawl...enjoyable or not, it looks fantastic!

Anne

Gorgeous! I had a hard time picking between the Ribbit colorway and the Scottish Heather - both are so pretty!

Patty

Just beautiful Kim! Nice to see you again, have a great weekend.

Vicki

Absolutely gorgeous, Kim! I'd already faved that pattern... now I've had to purchase and download it, too. Hopefully, I'll get 'round to knitting it soon!
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Manise

Beautiful Kim!

margene

Love it! And seeing your shawl gives me the courage to do what I must and make one of my own.

Carole

That's beautiful, Kim. And it's fun to try different techniques, otherwise how would we know what we really enjoy?

Gina

Kim, that is beautiful! I may need to add that to my to do list!

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