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Old 07-21-2011, 02:10 PM   #1
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Denim Ragg hat, scarf, fingerless gloves
I made these for my dil's birthday today. My son liked them so much he posted a picture of her wearing them on Facebook this morning. Here she is. I did tell her I thought it was probably a bit warm to wear them right now though considering a good part of the country has over 90 degree heat at the moment. These were fun, easy and though knitting a long scarf can be bunglesome, a great pleasure to do.
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That's a really cute set.
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They look fabulous! What kind of yarn is it? Looks like the one I used for my first sweater.
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This is bernat softee chunky. I wanted something she could throw into the washer and dryer.



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They look fabulous! What kind of yarn is it? Looks like the one I used for my first sweater.
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Old 07-21-2011, 05:25 PM   #5
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This is bernat softee chunky. I wanted something she could throw into the washer and dryer.
Oh that is a different one. I used Bernat Denim Style.
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A nice set.
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That's a lovely gift that will be appreciated even more when the weather turns just a little bit colder. Great job knitting and perfect model.
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Awww...she looks so happy!! Isn't it wonderful when your knitted gifts are so appreciated?!
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She is a peach. I hope I am a good mil, but my dil and sil are both top notch and I couldn't ask for better.
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You DIL looks very happy with her new goodies! They look great on her , too. I agree, it seems a bit warm for this kind of gear. lol! 95 degrees here, ack!
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