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« Wasted Days And Wasted Nights | Main | Yarn Dreams »

March 26, 2006

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Nancy

That's a beautiful deck. I'm going to have to check it out. I would very much like to take that yarn and book off your hands. I've been dying to try the Silky Wool, love the blue and I love that tank so it's a homerun!

Bron

Dang, Nancy - Sold! (I think that's a record for this blog. :::wink:::) We'll email for details.

Vera

Those cards are beautiful. I may get them for Patrick. So sad you can't wear wool. That is a stunning top, though.

abby

The Rohrig Tarot is my favorite, though I seem to collect other ones - or used to. I should get back to reading again, though truth be told, it's probably better not to read for onesself whilst in the middle of any sort of life crisis - or so i've found. :)

Alexandra

FYI: Soleil runs short for the likes of us. I didn't quite pick up on it because the sample was too small for me anyway--I wasn't expecting to have to model it. So add a healthy inch or two if you don't want a belly shirt.:-)

Sheri

Never knew anything about tarot cards but those are kind of neat! And I love the banana Cotton Ease, just wish you could still buy it.
Sounds like you've had a productive weekend. No such luck with me, been too busy running around the world.
Talk to you Thursday.
Sheri in GA

Bron

Abby - Rohrig is one I don't have - the imagery is pretty amazing, though! And yes - reading for oneself can be reaaaaaallly tricky. I don't do it very often - reading for others is SO much easier!

Alexandra - Thanks for the heads up - that will rule out the peach yarn, since I'd barely have enough to complete it as written, let alone adding a couple of inches. Now - Orangeade or Terra Cotta...that is the question..

Hey Sheri! Yeah - Tarot is all about pretty these days - you'd be amazed at the different decks out there. :) Hope your week slows down some! See ya Thurs.

Robbyn

Actually, I think you would look wonderful in burnt orange or butternut shades. Any red tones in your hair?

The deck is lovely - the watercolory art is especially appealing :)

Bron

Robbyn - Yes, I have red tones in my hair and I think you're right regarding the rust. I was leaning toward the Terra Cotta Knit Picks anyway. :) That Orangeade is just so...dang....Orange! ha!

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