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July 13, 2017


juliet brown

That is a gorgeous shade and what a wonderful travel project - I often think even the most mundane knitted "thing" knitted somewhere interesting becomes rather precious because of its associations with where-ever it was knitted. I have a scarf that is eons old and a boring washed out mushy pea green in a dull as ditchwater stitch that I hang on to as I knitted it on holiday in Ireland forever ago, I don't even wear it anymore but can't quite part from it.

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