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July 29, 2006

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Erin

I am always amazed by circular shawls, but I don't know how to wear them. They just don't seem like something that would go with the sweats I'll be wearing around the dorms in a few weeks. Gorgeous, though. And Koigu-I always think of that for socks. I'd love to make something lace out of Koigu now. But all of the Koigu I have is in pairs. Looks like I'll be making another trip to the shop!

Marie

I think they both look quite lovely. I really like the "texture" created by the shifting shades of color and the yo's.

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