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bryonyramsden
« on: November 25, 2005 11:23:07 AM »

I bought 200g of aran/worsted weight variegated pink silk yarn from Hip Knits a while ago to make a OSW for a particular event, made it, and found that I'd not done the sleeves right.  It was too late to fix my mistakes before the event, so I just left it, and unravelled the yarn just now.  This stuff really is gorgeous - soft to the touch and lovely drape, so I'd love to make something to give it justice, but I need a free pattern really if possible.  I suppose the best idea for what to make would be a scarf given the amount of yarn I have, but I'm not sure what kind of style, etc.  Any ideas at all, even non scarves, would be much appreciated!
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