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    « It's Time for a Little Sunshine Around Here | Main | Baby, It's COLD Outside! »

    Thursday, March 10, 2005


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    What a cute poncho! I love the colors........sunny yellow, reminds me of Spring. Is Spring ever going to get here???


    wow, everything looks great! love that purse and that kirsten yarn is so cool.


    The purse looks amazing, the brooch is breathtaking.

    Once upon a time there was a wrister. And it was for a husband, and it had no mate because Norma never got around to knitting two of them. Does this story ring a bell? Just saying....


    Could you do the fringe in both yarns to get a touch of the yellow in there? I don't know what it would look like but you could always hold a few pieces up to it and see before you actually fringe


    Maybe you can blend the colors in the fringe to kind of give the illusion of the two items being related without being too matchy-matchy?


    Duh. Maybe I should have read the other comments first as I see I am not the only one with this idea. Oh well, genius is everywhere I guess .

    Seanna Lea

    Love the Kirsten. If you like the big cowl necklines, you could just do it extra big maybe so it folds over?

    Beautiful stuff!


    Have you considered doing a shawl-type collar for your sweater? You could do it ribbed?

    April S. from Broken Arrow

    I'm glad it finally made it to you!!!



    When you felt things, do you shave them? I felted a lite lopi bag and it is SO hairy. Itchy. Ew.

    P.S. I am not an orange person, but I love that orange bag.


    W.T.Fuck is a miracle brooch? Btw, we started watching Deadwood. I think you'd love it.

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