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Comments

Mary Ellen

Can you darn that hole in that vest?

Lorraine

Kim- Oh, that handspun looks so cosy, and warm and earthy and....

Renee

I love hearing about well worn and favourite pieces. Thank you for the vest details. Your purple vest looks gorgeous!!

I plan to knit more wrist warmers from hand spun and maybe a cozy, big shawl.

Beth

Hmm...I was going to knit a red scarf with some of it, but there wasn't enough so now I'm considering a cowl. Or maybe not. I can't decide.

The purple yarn is beautiful! And your vest is great, too. Sad that it's got a hole but how nice that you got a lot of wear from it.

Laurie

Those are both EXQUISITE. Give us some deets about your handspun. Woolen? Worsted? 2 ply? 3 ply? I'm loving the new colors.

Wool Winder

That looks like a vest I would love wearing. Thanks for sharing the pattern information.

Manise

Love the purple vest and handspun. I remember that roving at NHS&W. It sold rather quickly.

Judy

Actually, I'm halfway through a vest for myself, lol.

Carole

You know me - I hardly ever knit with my handspun!

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