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Tuesday, September 16, 2008



Ok, here's where I'm at now. I've got one front and one back. I have 68 grams (of a 250 gram skein) of yarn left, which is slightly under one third left, but the fronts are smaller than the back. I checked Ravelry and there is one person who added 8 stitches to the cast on and was able to finish the vest. I added 10 stitches. What do you think? Can it be done? Will I have to grovel for yarn? (Actually, I got a very nice email from Colorsong Yarns - link in yesterday's post - and apparently if I send them a bit of my yarn, they will send it to Fleece Artist and Fleece Artist will dye me some more. This is amazingly comforting to me and speaks volumes about both company's customer service.)



Blogger Rudee said...

Coloursong is amazing. I've bought plenty of items from them and their customer service is great. After some months, I'd lost a pattern and they emailed that to me on the same day I requested it. The yarn? Oh. My. Gosh. The yarns are amazing. I'm going to knit something for myself out of that camel spin. It is stunning. The skein I did buy went to something I made my sister.

3:09 PM  
Blogger Ann said...

Nice pattern & lovely colors. Hope you will have enough yarn. Good luck.

7:19 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Knitting brinksmanship can be fun, especially when you have two companies behind your project with amazing customer service.

9:41 PM  

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