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August 30, 2009



Lovely work!

You sent me off on a search of errata at Interweave Knits...


Maybe that's why so many knitters of yore used samplers as a pattern guide instead of written patterns :-)

I would have been upset that the ends are not identical twins, but I have a need for everything to be balanced (except in socks).


Wow, that's phenomenal! I can't believe you spun that yarn yourself.


Magnificent!! Far too lovely to be knotted about one's neck.

Deborah Robson

Gorgeous, Ted. Well-prepared fiber is kind of like one's favorite flavor of *homemade* ice cream.


Your nupps are perfect.


Gorgeous, as usual. I've been thinking of lace lately, as my wrists seem to be settling down enough to start picking up needles again.


very nice.

how do you work your nupps? they are so nicely seated into the work. any tips to share?

L.M. Cunningham

So beautiful!

And to borrow Deb's metaphor, someone once told me that "white merino is just so boring to spin, like cheap vanilla ice cream." This stuff looks (and from your description of the process, feels) more like seriously high-end gourmet vanilla.

When it's done right, that's my favourite flavour....


Wow! That's all I can say...


Honey, your spinning and your knitting make me want to quit my job and devote my life to the fiber arts...



Very nice! Magnificent fiber, wonderfully prepared, then put to the best possible use to show off its creamy goodness. I'm especially impressed by how soft and beautifully even your nupps are. Mine always look like something a giant moth would burp up.

John Crane

Ted: Gorgeous; gorgeous; gorgeous start to finish! You amaze me!


It is positively stinking georgeous!

Judy G.

Lovely. Just lovely.

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