Friday, October 26, 2012

In the Pink

Once tangled, now tamed.



Out of chaos, order.

Here's to the Goatmother
and all who have battled cancer.

Good health and long life to you!

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(Pattern to be posted soon)

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    1. Thanks, Deb! I was following your excellent lead. :)

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  2. Thank you!!!! What a beautiful color that is! Can't wait for the pattern. :) You are the best!

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  3. It looks interesting ;-) I can´t wait for the result!

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  4. This is gorgeous, you talented lady you!

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    1. Thanks so much, Astri. You're very kind. :)

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  5. Love'n Me some pink here! can't wait to see the pattern!

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    1. I like the pink too. When I started my blog it had a pink background like this, then I went to green. Am thinking of switching back.... :)

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  6. WOW - looks terrific! I can't wait for the pattern. Thanks in advance for sharing it.

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    1. You're welcome. It's slip stitch and I'm really pleased with the texture. :)

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  7. Gorgeous colour and the yarn texture is lovely, what is that...maybe micro fibre?

    Love the stitch detail, looking forward to the pattern, now you wouldn't keep us all waiting too long would you? ;-)

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    1. It's October's pattern so I'd better have it up within a few days!

      The yarn is Lion Brand Baby's First - a chunky cotton and acrylic blend, very cushy and soft. But the pattern will work with any yarn weight. :)

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  8. I do like your way with yarn as much as I like your way with words.
    God be with those who are battling cancer. xx

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  9. I love your post. There are some near me who deserve me wearing a pink sweater. :-)

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  10. Peace and Hope. My wife is a knitter so I understand the untangling part of the process.

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  11. That pattern looks complicated but beautiful. I agree with the sentiment of the post!

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    1. Thank you, Beth. The pattern is really not complicated at all - it's Back Loop Slip Stitch and you can find it in my Oct. 31 post. Hot off the keyboard! :)

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