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Topic: Reagan (my cat) and I model my scarf  (Read 1911 times)
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« Reply #10 on: January 19, 2006 06:44:24 AM »

That is gorgeous! great job. I made a boa with that same yarn (same colour too!) and I love it, its the softest yarn I have ever touched. You can look at it on my blog, a week or two ago I think!

Can't wait to see what you make next!

Emms

Ohhhh I love it. Just last night someone at church (choir practice) said mine looked like a boa. I was too impatient to wait until I bought a second skein to finish it off and wear it. lol I love the length of yours. I really like your blog, too.

I told my cat that she is a hit on Craftster. She is a diva. Actually, she was trying to eat the scarf and I said her name to get her to look up. lol

Ok...I have to tell you this. I paused to go tell hubby that I feel like a Craftster now because you guys commented on my post like you do to the people who make "real" stuff. He literally spit his coffee into his cup because that made him laugh. I guess I need to work on my crafting self-esteem. ahahahahahahha
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« Reply #11 on: January 19, 2006 04:40:14 PM »

That is gorgeous! great job. I made a boa with that same yarn (same colour too!) and I love it, its the softest yarn I have ever touched. You can look at it on my blog, a week or two ago I think!

Can't wait to see what you make next!

Emms

Ohhhh I love it. Just last night someone at church (choir practice) said mine looked like a boa. I was too impatient to wait until I bought a second skein to finish it off and wear it. lol I love the length of yours. I really like your blog, too.

I told my cat that she is a hit on Craftster. She is a diva. Actually, she was trying to eat the scarf and I said her name to get her to look up. lol

Ok...I have to tell you this. I paused to go tell hubby that I feel like a Craftster now because you guys commented on my post like you do to the people who make "real" stuff. He literally spit his coffee into his cup because that made him laugh. I guess I need to work on my crafting self-esteem. ahahahahahahha

You are too cute! I know exactly how you feel. I remember when I got responses to my first post, I was beaming with pride... anyhoot, I only used one skein for my boa, on 25mm needles... so it is very loose and airy. I think I only cast on like 25-30 sts, and knit like 10-15 rows! When I was casting off, I realized it super long width wise! You couldn't tell on the needle.

 It was my 1st time using such big needles, and I didn't even realize I was making such a long item until it was finished!  Roll Eyes Funny huh?

Emms  Cheesy
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GroggyFroggy
« Reply #12 on: January 19, 2006 07:49:58 PM »

That IS funny. Wow..I thought I was using big needles with 11s. I might have to try 25s.  Grin
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