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Old 08-20-2013, 12:17 AM   #21
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Originally Posted by justplaincharlotte View Post
I just saw that yarn today and fondled the swatch, scrunchy, comfy, yummy! Congrats on the WIP, it will be a great FO!
Thanks, Charlotte!! School shopping today and tomorrow, first day of school is Wednesday

Pics soon! I love the yarn, I have almost 3 skeins left, and I thought about taking the 2 unopened skeins back but I'm not gonna. I'm gonna make something snuggly for me with them!
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Old 08-20-2013, 08:22 AM   #22
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Thanks for the pattern link. I've seen that yarn @ Walmart and it's so soft. I'm sure your FO will be enjoyed for many years to come!!

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That looks really soft and comforting, great pattern too. Bet the baby will love holding on to it.
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Woofens, What is the name of that color you're using?? Most, if not ALL, of the colors I've seen in that yarn include pink. And I'm looking for something without pink.

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Originally Posted by butlersabroad View Post
That looks really soft and comforting, great pattern too. Bet the baby will love holding on to it.
Thanks, Brenda.
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Originally Posted by knitcindy View Post
Woofens, What is the name of that color you're using?? Most, if not ALL, of the colors I've seen in that yarn include pink. And I'm looking for something without pink.

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It's called "Funny Prints" and I purchased it at Wal-Mart. HTH!
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Very nice! Well, my dear, you've had quite a week, haven't you? Finished your first large project, got the kids back to school I'd say you definitely have cause for celebration
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Woofens, I've got another question for you. I remember you said you cast on 75 sts for this blanket. How wide is turning out to be??

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I haven't touched it since the night I did the BO. I'll try to measure it tonight if I get a chance!
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OK. For some reason, I thought you were still working on it. I bet it went super fast, since BB is really thick!!

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