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12/21/2006

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Cassie

I knit this about a year after it came out and had no trouble with it (except for the nubbs). I really had to work to keep my tension loose for the nubbs. Once I figured that out - it was ok. But the tension part was really hard. Mine was worn by a friend at her wedding. I used the Suri as well but don't like the way it has held up. I like the new Fino much better.

And your other shawls are all by Sharon Windsauer (sp?) and I think I've got all of them. I buy all her patterns but I've only made one. I do like her work a lot!
Cassie

Judy P

All of the shawls have been just gorgeous as were the photos. Thanks for sharing.

junieann

I have to admit to purchasing 3 of the Winter Wonderland Shawl, Whisper Shawl and the Dream Shawl. Gads, I am bad! Good thing I had the Forest Path Stole already.

I guess this counts as a WHOOPS, "I enabled myself!"

Marie

They are truly gorgeous patterns! I was very tempted but instead ordered Sharon Miller's Hap Shawl book. Well, it's a Stash Reduction Tool, right??

Irene Brenner

Dear Junie,
The FPS looks complicated but is is not. I knit it in September and it was my first encounter with the Entrelac technique. It is easy as soon as you get the hang of it. When yI read the pattern for the first time I drew a blank, but with needles and yarn in your hands it starts to make sense. Go for it, you will like it. I used the handpainted merino yarn from Uruguay for it.
All the best to you and your family from Irene in Vienna, Austria

Lorraine

Hey Junie- Looks like you got bit by the Alpaca Lace bug- some of the patterns are amazing.
I wish you and yours all the best for the holidays, and great knitting to look forward to in 2007.

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