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February 18, 2006



I'm with you on actually wearing the capelet, but it IS pretty.


I've seen the capelet on a few other blogs, and it tempts me to learn to crochet- so pretty.


Yeah, Julie - I really wish I WAS the capelet type 'cause there really are some pretty ones out there but....heck, no. I don't know if I can even bring myself to model it! ha!

Kristin - there are some lovely knit capelets out there too. Such fun to make, too. :) I just wish I knew more people who liked them!


Oh, I do love how the Cascade Sierra is knitting up. I think I may just "need" some of this... if only I had an appropriate pattern to pair it with. Hmmm... maybe one of those Hourglass sweaters that were all the rage a while back. Eh? Who knows.


I think Arnold is trying to tell you that he needs his own capelet.


Leisel - I really think I "need" a long-sleeved sweater from this stuff. The yardage is SO good, 6 skeins should be enough for any project.

Chris - I'm thinking a Puss-N-Boots thing - complete with a feather in his hat & a rapier. :::Grin:::

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