Christie, several years ago, I knitted & crocheted a king size to the floor spread for my son & his wife, boxed it up ready to give….and THEN my other son thought it was trash & took it to the dump.
I’m starting again …this time with the Suri because I can’t go through another year of doing the same thing over & over & it’ll be quicker as well as warm & lovely…good luck on your quilt.
I know, it really was beautiful! There wasn't as much demand for that yarn as there was for other bulky yarns like Cadena, so we decided to discontinue it. But, if there are fibers or fiber blends that you are interested in seeing, please post that to the forums here, and we'll discuss them in our yarn meetings. We'd love to hear your suggestions!
I want to make the baby kimono, but I don't want to use the "dishcloth yarn" the pattern recommends. I remember Kelley making kimonos in a variety of colors - beautiful! What yarn did she use and how much?