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July 24, 2005

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Carolyn

Gorgeous! I loved knitting this scarf as well.

Michelle

Beautiful and well done. Can you tell me what is the name of the book for this pattern !

Jeanne

The pattern is from Scarf Style, by Pam Allen (1931499543), available from Interweave Press or from Amazon.com at
http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/tg/detail/-/1931499543/qid=1122850769/sr=8-1/ref=pd_bbs_sbs_1/102-3912359-9652143?v=glance&s=books&n=507846

Michelle

Thank you so much Jeanne, I will certainly order it ! :-)

Annie

The scarf came out great!
Also, I LOVE the V.W. knitting picture and am very partial to the word "bluestocking". You did a great job with the heading of your blog!

Xeaya

This ia a superb and fascinationg piece of art work I love the details, I'm a novice and hope to create and work this pattern. Xea

marilyn

you inspired me to make a forbes forest too--in classic elite inca alpaca, a kind of orangy-brown color with green undertones, I think they call it harvest. At first I thought the scarf was going to be too itchy, but it came out very soft after I dunked it in some warm water and let it dry for a couple of days. Its for my son--thanks for the inspiration!

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