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Old 03-03-2012, 07:46 PM   #1
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Been knitting up a storm over here, thought I'd share what I've been doing!

For some reason the scarves and cloths so look to the reply to see the cloths
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Old 03-03-2012, 07:49 PM   #2
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and here are my cloths
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Old 03-03-2012, 08:52 PM   #3
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Those are great! So pretty!
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Both your scarves and your cloths came out perfect. They are all so bright and cheery.

Are these the dishcloths that people were wanting to buy? I see why they love them so much, but I hope you aren't spending all your time knitting something you don't really want to knit.

And what kind of yarn did you use for the scarves?
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Beautiful scarves and your cloths are all bright and cheery too. You have been busy.
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Originally Posted by Antares View Post
Both your scarves and your cloths came out perfect. They are all so bright and cheery.

Are these the dishcloths that people were wanting to buy? I see why they love them so much, but I hope you aren't spending all your time knitting something you don't really want to knit.

And what kind of yarn did you use for the scarves?
These are the ones people wanted to buy, I haven't given any away or sold any, they have just been for mom so far However I am still considering selling them....

The scarves are SUCH easy knits, they are 8sts wide in garter stitch, I used Estelle Frill Seeker yarn ($14.99)for the purple one and Estelle Frill Seeker Precious Metal ($7.99) for the black and grey sparkley one. You should see the ladies at work going nuts over the two of them. I am not a big fan of the purple one because I think it's too puffy, but the black and grey one I love!
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The scarves are so glamorous. I love them both.
The cloths are bright and beautiful and such a thoughtful gift for your Mom. Well done!
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I picked up a different kind of yarn last night by Estelle and loved the way it knit up.
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I like this one, too! Very pretty.

Now these you might could sell--especially if you can whip them out really fast. But then again, who wants to spend all their time just making scarves?
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