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September 03, 2012

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Ruth

I like it, I think it's very subtle. If you are concerned about the colours could you knit from the other end of the ball?

Estella

I think some of the better Stephen West scarves/shawls are one that aren't too contrasted - I'd keep going or do as Ruth said and pick up at a different part of the ball to start. However, subtle to not so subtle and back to subtle again might look great!

Mary

In agreement with Ruth and Estella ... love the subtle contrast. I don't think silk garden sock is that much thicker than kureyon...how off is your gauge? (are you looking at an FO that's going to be a lot bigger or a lot smaller than the pattern?) ...and the kureyon spit splices great if you want to add in a brighter color right away!

lydia

i'd keep going-this looks like an interesting pattern. look forward to seeing the FO.

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