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June 18, 2006

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junie

Hey, to belong to this Misery Loves Company group, you don't have to promise anything. Being here is the 1st step!

Marie

...the first of 12, right, Junie? Anyway, Linda, it's going to be smashing when you finish it, and, at least in the photo, the color break in the middle makes it interesting. I think I like it better than if the stripes were totally regular. (Besides, when you wear it, that won't show much!)

KnitMary

I bought some shimmer in turquoise to make a Pi are squared shawl, but after seeing one knit up in the KnitPicks catalog, I decided not to use it. I didn't like the way the yarn stripped. Linda, I am glad to see your picture, because I do like the stripes in that and will make something narrower with my yarn.

KnitMary

Linda

Thanks for the votes of support. I haven't touched it since I took it out of hiding, but maybe...

kat

One thing to consider is that the striping may not be as noticable/prominant after blocking (that is, if you do decide to block it). I think it's lovely.

kat in Brisbane

junieann

Dear Linda,

I am sorry this didn't work out for you, but Crest of the Wave probably needed to be in the Cornfield. I am proud of you for burying it.

Knit on, Knit on..

junie

Beverley McKenzie

Well done Linda for having the courage to just frog the darn thing. Better that and have a clear mind than having that thing hovering into view every so often. You made the right choice for sure.

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