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Update on Lily of the Valley and CLiC

I have just posted pics of how far I am on both projects.  The scarf only needs about 4 more repeats and then I will be happy with the length.  The CLiC of course needs several more several more, inches, to the body before attaching the sleeves.  HaHa for me.  It is actually knitting up quite well.  After regauging, different size needles, and ripping out the whole thing and starting over.  I do like the heaviness of the DK weight yarn that I am using.  I also love the mult color lace weight that I am using for the stripe.  It has a soft to hot pink, lavender/taupe, and soft to bright yellow in it.  It is really showing up quite well against the dark dark green that is the main color. 

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Comment by Janet on January 20, 2011 at 6:37pm

It is a multi color from 100 pure wool.  From Uraguay, I believe.  Anyway, I do have another ball if it.  I think it only cost me something like $8 on my coop buy a couple of years ago.  If you are interested, I will let the extra ball go for less to you.  It is something that I really liked, but have plenty for what I am doing with it.  I think I will even have enough for a scarf out of it, lol. 

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Janet

Comment by Julie Snyder on January 20, 2011 at 3:33pm
i like the multicolor too.  what is it?

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