Right and wrong don't apply to knitting patterns.
You drop stitches or you don't, that's all.
Amy Witting, "Isobel on the Way to the Corner Shop".
oh that would be spectacular Tapph! Are you going to try it?
I think I just started drooling... over the fruit, and a potential yarn!
phew,i cant believe how busy youve been! a new template, lots of posts and all that knitting! not to mention christmas in the middle there! im exhausted. hopefully catch you soon :)
Exactly what I thought when I saw the photo - yarn colours!
My instant reaction was what a great painting it would make ;)Beautiful collection of shapes and colours (and scents, too, I'm sure).
What a beautiful colorway that would be, plum colored yarn. I like your hats too, very cute. The mohair scarf looks lovely too.
Taph - all your yarn dreams come true. The Knittery (theknittery.com) has a colorway called "cherries" in the Cashmere sock yarn (http://www.theknittery.com/p/248634/merino-cashmere-sock---cherries.html)It's gonna make me a super scarf though!
Drat you, Jacqui! Close, but it doesn't have those little yellow and green bits in it. Cherries would look extra gorgeous in a scarf. Cashmere cherries - drool.
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