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February 09, 2011



This design is quite interesting.Is it slightly curved?


I've seen people knitting that on Ravelry and I've been admiring it. Yours will be beautiful.


how pretty! ah, to one day follow a chart! i have some debbie bliss cotton in a similar color. i was knitting a shrug during the summer, but never finished it. i need to do that in time for spring!


Oooh, that's going to be beautiful! I like lace knitting with non-laceweight yarn, I think it stands out so well.


i think you made a great choice-for the spring i hope to have lots of scarfs and shawlettes.


the yarn is so pretty - and I know you're going to love wearing it! I'm not sure what I'm going to knit for spring - my queue is still full of wool sweaters, mitts and berets. (remember it snowed on march 1 last year - I'm going to be prepared this year!)


So pretty! I can't wait to see the final result.




Oh that is going to be so incredibly gorgeous! I keep admiring those shawls by Susanna IC but haven't chosen one to try yet. Let us know how you like the pattern!

For spring, I am thinking of the Beltane Tee from last year's Knitscene, if I can get the pink skirt done first.


The color you chose is so pretty! I want to knit Leisel (sp?) by Ysolda in a spring green color. Spring is coming?

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