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Tuesday, May 08, 2012


I know Friday is normally for the crochet, but I hadn't been working on it for a bit and over the weekend and last night, I got some done, so I thought I'd share today.  The emerald green up near the top is one of my new colors.  Part of the reason I stopped working on it was so I could work the four new colors in with the original colors, so I had to order them, get them here, wash them to make sure there wasn't any extra dye to run, let them dry, and wind them.  They're all ready to go now and sitting in the tote with the rest of the original colors I haven't used yet.  I don't know if I mentioned, but I will be able to get two full repeats from each skein, so once I use each color once, I'll be at the halfway point!

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Blogger Barbara-Kay said...

I really like the way each color is introduced, then "sings" on its own, before introducing another. ro

8:44 AM  
Anonymous lisa said...

I love the way the colors flow from one to another. I want to figure out how to make that happen in a knit ripple pattern.

10:02 AM  

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