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Re: Warmer weather ideas
Posted by: clover04750 (IP Logged)
Date: March 01, 2009 11:48PM

I just found this yarn called "Spice" onj the discount rack. It seems to stay cold, which isn't functional for a scarf...unless you just want a summer scarf/hip scarf for the boardwalk. It does shed a little.

There are some pretty dress and summer shirt patterns made from peaches and cream cotton. I honestly dont have the patience for a whole garnment yet :-(

Finger weight yarns are pretty nice for fall/summer lacy shawls. Forgive me, Im just starting to make lacy stuff and Im so impressed with it. Anyway, one can never have too many dishcloths and kerchiefs.



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  Warmer weather ideas knittingmom 03/01/2009 05:37PM
  Re: Warmer weather ideas craftsman 03/01/2009 05:50PM
  Re: Warmer weather ideas knittingmom 03/01/2009 09:20PM
  Re: Warmer weather ideas clover04750 03/01/2009 11:48PM


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