Monthly Archives: February 2015

#8 – A Long Time Coming

I have finally gotten around to using this pretty yarn combo, which I put together last August on the day Lisa’s Big box of yarn arrived. The RHSS ‘Amethyst’ and ‘Real Teal’ that she sent me beautifully match the variegated, … Continue reading

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Staying In

Friday, 10 a.m. and the temperature had only risen to 0° F! A very good reason to stay home. A second good reason, I was expecting a FedEx delivery – After spending a recent snow day sorting her stash, one … Continue reading

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#7 – Lemons

What can you do with eighteen ounces of lemony yellow scraps? Add a few lemony yellow partial skeins and a little sugary white. Mix thoroughly and enjoy! Fresh Lemonade Accent: double-row stripes of orange-yellow about twelve rows in from each … Continue reading

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Ripple #6 – Inspired by. . .

this cute scarf. Not that I couldn’t have made a great-looking ripple anyway, but I thought it pretty cool that, in my stash, I found great matches for all five colors! When my newest ripple was ready for its photo … Continue reading

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#5 – The Third and Last

For my last Caron One Pound ripple, I combined the second skein of ‘Espresso’ and the ‘Cape Cod Blue’ left from ‘Asymmetry’ with a highly textured yarn from ancient stash. I vaguely remember getting it as a mill end at … Continue reading

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