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Great, great pattern isn't it? I love mine and am planning another for autumn.You look like you're dancing!
Whoa - maybe I shouldn't have had that glass of wine. Wait, it's 11 in the morning, so I guess the blur is you, not me...And stop talking about damp fog if you want me to move there.
I like this. I haven't seen it before, I guess because I rarely spend time on ravelry.Is it really foggy in winter?My word verification is itest, kinda funny for a comment on a blurry photo.
Oh, damp fogs of winter...now I crave them.A beautiful accessory.
I'm loving your knitting, incredbily inspirational (and fast)!!
I love all your knitting Suse - it's tempting me over to the dark side (away from my crochet!)
No. I'm not AT ALL tired of your knitting yet.
I don't think I'll ever get tired of your knitting!
I don't know about it being perfect for misty autumn mornings .... I could do with one in Friesland this June ! You always seem to make just the thing I want most right this minute !
No, not at all tired. Tired of my marking, yes, but not your knitting.
Hallo there Soup lady,Am back from my travels and saw this post and guess what I knitted while in the uk? I made mine in soft grey wool. Did you know you can also make similar neckpieces from t-shirt fabric?Am off to catch up with the rest of your posts now...
Stay still, I want a closer look. I love that part necklace, part scarf thing. Gorgeous.
Ok you've inspired me...I'm casting on to knit 198 yds of Heaven tonight. This is going to stretch my knitting skills (and my too-tight knitting) but I am so excited!! I love your blog. I check it frequently although I think this is my first comment. Wish me luck on the shawl/scarf! Alison (all the way from Seattle, WA, USA)
nope, not tired at all, keep feasting my eyes upon the splendor of it all ...
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