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Thursday, August 18, 2011

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Laurie

Really lovely! Quite a compliment (and complement) to your yarn.

Jan

What's not to love? A beautiful design recommendation, not to mention, gorgeous yarn choice.

I've used your yarn for socks, and this cardigan is begging to be knit with more of your squishy loveliness. I can hardly wait!

Vicki

A lovely collaboration!!
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Peppermint Mocha Mama

Oh how I wish I could afford your wares... I guess I'll resort to Christmas begging again this year... lol.

That combination of your wool and her design is just breathtaking. I love it.

Anne

I LOVE her designs too! And doesn't that pattern look fantastic in your gorgeous yarn??

margene

One of my favorite sweaters is knit with your Kashmir! It's such a nice yarn and Cecily's pattern is very classic, too. You two work well together!

rebeccawip

taht is so awesome and i love those patterns too
hmmmµ.... if only i could dwindle down my stash and Q ... :P

Claudine

It is so beautiful. And gorgeous yarn too!

Norma

Oh, wow, Kim! Simply gorgeous. This will go in my queue, too, though I have so little time to knit nowadays.

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