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January 17, 2008


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For some reason the comments link doesn't show up on my PC laptop. I'll check on the desktop tomorrow, but thought you might like to know.

How'd you attach to the fabric? I love mixing fabric and yarn.

Margaret Oomen

Thanks Michelle, On my computer the comments link doesn't display until you put your mouse cursor over it then it pops up. I will see if I can change this . The knitting is attached the same way as in the method shown in the second post of the blog. In this case I used a lace trim that has decent sized holes . The first row of knitting is picked up through these holes. The lace trim is sewn on to the top at the cut neck edge. The top itself was a v neck in it's former life. If there is an interest I could post a tutorial just on knitting yokes onto tops.


Wow Margie! This is great!!!! I love the embroidery! After going to Purl I got many inspirations for embroidery. I am sooo happy that you introduced me to that store! Now I am new fan of it! Thank you!!!
Elsita :)


Great job! The spider looks very real... :)


I love the lacy yoke.Is there a pattern for this type of yoke. The spider is amazing. What joyful work you do!


I just found your blog! Its gorgeous.Makes me want to change my whole wardrobe!


What fantastic creativity in action! I am just in awe at your imagination. Now I have to see more of your amazing blog.

Alice Sailer

Simplemente espectacular!!! como quiero probar hacer esto.... gracias por enseñarlo con tanto detalle y cariño!

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