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Old 03-22-2013, 01:39 PM   #11
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Lovely work and a beautiful sweater. I love the subtle colors and the softness of this shrug. Perfect as ever and a delight to see.
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Old 03-22-2013, 03:27 PM   #12
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Nooooo! ArtLady does it again!

It is lovely though... and I did manage to cast on the second of a pair of socks last night and knit a bit of rib...
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Very nice!! It looks like it would give more coverage than a lot of shrugs. It has a very rustic feel but sophisticated at the same time. Is that possible?
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What a cute pattern! It looks like this one will provide a little more warmth than a lot of other shrugs that I've seen. Very nice!
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Old 03-22-2013, 11:13 PM   #15
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I bought it (1-pg leaflet) at Main Street Yarn shop in Miill Creek, Wa.
I included their phone number and address (link) in my "Charlotte's Shrug" notebook notes.
It sure is a ways for you Artlady!!

I will go in the next time, I'm in the states!
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Originally Posted by offgridgirl View Post
It sure is a ways for you Artlady!!

I will go in the next time, I'm in the states!

Yeah, Mill Creek is about 45 minutes north of me. I don't "drop in". It was fun to visit during the 4-day LYS TOUR.

Four of us knitters from our South Sound Knitting Guild carpooled together each day, heading out early in the morning, getting back home after ! Several car groups from our club bumped into us here and there!
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it looks very soft and snuggly. I'd love sitting behind you or anybody) in Church, looking at this lovely thing. Another great knitting accomplishment to check off your list.
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Yeah, Mill Creek is about 45 minutes north of me. I don't "drop in". It was fun to visit during the 4-day LYS TOUR.

Four of us knitters from our South Sound Knitting Guild carpooled
Ya..it is on the way down for me to Redmond. So I can drop in and look around. I think I've been in there before.

Let me know when you will be "carpooling" to Vancouver. There are some great places to visit and we could get a tour of the oldest spinning/carding machine on the west coast. Birkelandwool store!!

http://stores.birkelandwool.com/StoreFront.bok
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