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June 16, 2005

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Tracy

It was horrid weather wasn't it, the rose thorns always help my knitting stay in place lol! Your Branching Out looks beatiful wrapped round Nounours anyway, I do like the picot edge, it worked well didn't it? Calmer is a favourite with me too, it works up quickly and feels sort of cool to touch.

Diane

Hello

I love your Calmer sweater. The color looks great with the beads. I liked the Chicago sweater so much that I knit it twice. I did it once in Lucky and once in PowderPuff. I love working with Calmer and it's great with the stretch in it. I have some pictures of them on my blog.
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merkuria_lyn

Your Branching Out looks beautiful, and Kidsilk Haze is such a wonderfully soft yarn!

I'm still not sure what to make with mine. I quite fancy the Froth Scarf pattern that Rowan sent with the yarn, but it looks as if I would need 2 more balls (they say 2 x 50g, which is confusing, as the yarn comes in balls of 25g...) to make the scarf.

Also, unrelated to this - I love your mystery project wrap top! Fantastic colour and pattern!!

dawn

Branching out looks great, love the beaded edging, what a gorgeous model!

Chicago looks good too, coming along nicely. You must be going through a beads phase! I agree about the calmer. I will be looking out for some in the sales (hope they have discontinued a few shades, good for my wallet)

Dawn

caro

Chicago va être superbe. J'aime les tricots avec des perles.
Bientôt les soldes peut-être aurai-je l'occasion d'acheter quelques pelotes de Calmer !

P

What a lovely scarf. BRanching out is really nice pattern... and works well in your colourway.

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