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September 25, 2006

Comments

Wendy

I love the Kool-Aid dyed wool and I need more yarn like I need a hole in my head. Please put my name in the hat for the KA wool!

Kristen

I'd like a chance on the pistachio Cotton Ease. After all your kudos for it I want to try it out!

Deneen

I would like the to be put in for the Lily Elite Cotton please.

Margaret

ooooooo and ahhhhhhh!
Decisions, decisions!

I'd like the Lily Cotton and the Cotton Ease, so please put my name in the hat for those please.

Thanks Bron!

Melanie

Hi Bron,

I would love to purchase the Lion Chenille.

Vera

I like the Stahl Micro Cable--all of it.

Eliany

Hi Bron,

I'm interested on the Cotton-Ease!

Terri

Hiya Bron, Please put me in the draw for the pistacio cotton ease and the Lily cotton. Green is definitely my colour - that pistacio looks devine! I've been keen to try the CE for some time. Nat and I are trying to convince Aussie suppliers that they need to make sure they get in the new CE when it becomes available. :o)

Leisel

I'd like the Pistachio Cotton-Ease, so please toss my name into the hat, too.

Thanks :)

nat

CE and the microcable for Caitlyn

nat

Actually on second thoughts, I withdraw my bid on the microcable

Elizabeth

I will throw my name in the cotton ease ring. Thanks.

Margaret

Please add me for the Lion Brand Chenille. I had to "sleep on it." LOL Such a deal!

Kendra

decisions, decisions.

I like the Ornaghi Echo Lux, the Cotton Ease, the Lily Chin, the koolaid (great work,BTW) and the micro cable. Maybe if you throw my lot into all of those drawing I'll have a change to aquire one?

Thanks for the oppurtunity. I declared a personal summer of stash for myself and need to hop right off that band wagon.

Kathy

Bron, what color is the Soft Boucle? I might be interested, but can't see if you said.

Jill

I LOVE the kool-aid dyed yarn!
Count me in on that one!

stacey

I like the Cotton Ease in Pistachio, and the lily chin :-)

Trish

Thank you for your generous offer to share what you have. I am very interested in the Lion Chenille Sensation. I noticed there was another post for that particular yarn. I would want enough for a XL man's sweater, I don't think it would take all 16 skeins. Am willing to share but would also gladly take the total 16.

I started this post then 'lost' it when I accidently hit the wrong button. Sorry if you end up with 2 posts from me.
Sincerely Trish

Adria

I am interested in the Lion Brand's Fisherman's Wool, Kool-Aid died (or any other fisherman's wool you may have). Please add me to your drawing for this yarn. Thanks so much!

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