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Old 10-03-2007, 04:51 PM   #1
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What would you suggest a newbie do w/NY yarns Wild Thing?
So I have 3 skeins each of 2 colors, and plans to make........something. Hopefully 2 somethings, keeping the colors separate. Or if it's enough for 3, I'd do 3 somethings, combining colors on one of 'em.

I did just make a cool dish cloth this one so I can do a bit of fun stuff, I guess, and I'm willing to be a tad adventurous.

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Old 10-03-2007, 09:57 PM   #2
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oh, feather and fan!
What do you think? I'm looking at KnitPicks Suri Dream Throw (1 2 3 lace) and I think it looks doable - my wild things yarn should be comparable, right? But I only have 3 of each color.........hmm.........a smaller shawl or longer scarf? Whadda think?
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Old 10-05-2007, 03:17 PM   #3
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Are you looking for a pattern? I'm slightly confused..which yarn will you be using? I've never heard of the first one.
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Sorry for the confusion! Yes, I was looking for a pattern to use the NY Yarns Wild Thing yarn.

However, I have solved my own dilemma, and am almost half way to turning the yarn into the Basic Party Wrap

However, I should have never picked a thick/thin yarn as a newbie - trying to watch my stitches has me and I had to at bit at the beginning, but it's going well now!
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