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Tuesday, February 21, 2006


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It looks great! How many skeins did you buy? I have some Araucania wool, and I never even thought about using it for a Rogue, but since I love both the yarn and the pattern, it might be a good idea.


It looks terrific. I think I have to do another Rogue now. Thanks for helping me add another project to the queue.


The more I see Rogue, the more I want to knit it! When I first saw Rogue I thought, Oh, hm, nice looking, but I'll never want to knit that.

I'm doing an aran sweater for my husband soon so maybe that will get the celtic cable itch out of my system, but I doubt it. Maybe I can find some small'ish project with a celtic cable in it. A sock maybe? I think I read that Socks Socks Socks has something interesting like that.


Agreed - it's a superfun cable, and relaxing, too. Can't wait to get back to it - in a very relaxed way - after the Olympics.


The sweater drying racks are a great idea. Is that handspun you are using for Rogue.. very nice whatever it is.

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