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Monday, March 03, 2014


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The bamboo version I saw had such fabulous stitch definition, sheen, drape and stayed on my shoulders well. It SO outshone my cobweb version I trust it will reinstill joy in knitting this instead of being the slog trying to compensate for stitches defying gravity and hopping up above the stitches I am interested in knitting.... I should be well acquainted with the center, first two charts and the first portion of the third chart by the time this project it done! LOL

Lorette Meske

i'm knitting Evenstar as well, slogging along on the endless beaded border. I look forward to seeing your bamboo version.


It feels good to be back and to be thinking more consciously about a post than just a line or two in social media. Good to hear from you!

Michelle McMillen

So good to see you back to blogging! I was thinking about you just the other day….

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