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Old 11-18-2005, 01:06 AM   #21
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Thank you, everybody!! I'm overwhelmed!

I was really unsure about the color combination when I started, but I took a poll @ the last IL knitters gathering, and everyone gave me a thumbs up on it. So, they get lots of credit for it!

It was really fun putting these two yarns together, given my penchant for variegated and self-striping yarn! *And* it really made a nice sturdy bag, whereas the Kureyon alone comes out rather flimsy. Pretty, but flimsy.
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Wow, that's really pretty, Julie. I love the colors...stunning.

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