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Old 12-06-2010, 05:55 PM   #1
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FO: Two soft scarves!
Free Pattern: Green Gables

Blue Spruce Scarf: Jade Sapphire Cashmere (1 hank)
Mocha Brown Scarf: Mini-Mochi (1.5 hanks)








Blue Spruce scarf to be worn with brown sweaters.


Mocha Brown scarf to be worn with gold-yellow sweaters, brown sweaters, and cream sweaters.
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Old 12-06-2010, 06:09 PM   #2
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I really like the mocha brown. You always have such beautiful pieces and display them nicely. I just snap pics with my crap camera phone and load up. lol
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I really like the mocha brown...
I was so happy how the colorway played out! The transition from color to color was so gently! It played out much better than Noro's do. This Mini-Mochi yarn is so darn soft....you'd think it was cashmere! It's mostly merino.
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Those are gorgeous! Are they for gifts?
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Pretty pattern...pretty scarves.



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They're lovely! The colors are just beautiful!
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Those are gorgeous! Are they for gifts?
Nope. For moi!
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Originally Posted by ArtLady1981 View Post
I was so happy how the colorway played out! The transition from color to color was so gently! It played out much better than Noro's do. This Mini-Mochi yarn is so darn soft....you'd think it was cashmere! It's mostly merino.
I just bought some in the rainbow color, based on a project you completed by the way. And wow, I love this yarn. It is supposed to be for a scarf for my 11 yr old niece but it's SO nice, I want to keep it all to myself.
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Those scarves are just beautiful! you do wonderful work!! linknit41
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Beautiful work ... I love that pattern!
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