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Friday, May 09, 2014

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kathy b

That's bee news to me!! i now like dandelions!

Kym

I love dandelions! I used to gather them into big bouquets for my mom when I was a little girl, and she always put them in a vase and displayed them as if they were roses. Dandelions make me happy! AND. . . they're good for the bees.

I hope you're feeling better this week. XO

Donna S.

maybe try a bamboo yarn. I've felt some and they are soft - not sure about the pilling factor

Jennifer

If you do have to go to an acrylic, try Universal Yarn's Uptown Worsted or Uptown DK. Very nice to knit with, and it's 'anti-pilling'. Have a great weekend!

GeniaKnitz

Do please let us know which of your wools are kindest to sensitive skin. And I will cross my fingers hoping it isn't alpaca, to which I *know* I am extremely sensitive.
Sniff.


Jo

Arrrgh! I hate it when I have to relearn something that I've already taken the time to learn previously. Happy Mother's Day!

claudia

Quilting! Its a fever sweeping the blog world. Including me, apparently.

That is very pretty.

Happy Mother's Day!

margene

You've been very busy behind the scenes. I hope you're feeling much better and that you have a marvelous weekend!!

Carole

I love Macro May!

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