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Wednesday, September 28, 2011

Something to Pass the Time

When I put the Paraphernalias on hold while the extra yarn was zipping its way across the country, I needed a portable project.  Fortunately I had just the thing in my stash.  I'm doing the fingerless mitt version of Chimera and I'm using a yarn that is new to me - Valley Yarns Northampton.  I'm using Lake Heather and Chestnut Heather and so far, I'm really liking the yarn.  It's comparable to Cascade 220, but it actually has 247 yards per skein and a price tag under $5.00, it's a win win.  It doesn't have the color range of Cascade 220, but nothing does, does it?  It's a good, basic, mid grade wool that will work for a number of projects and I'll be using it more, now that I've tried it.



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