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September 11, 2008


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I love those scarves.


I love those scarves.


Gorgeous handspun! Did you use a wheel or drop spindle? And the scarfette is a great way to use up small amounts of wool.


That is gorgeous! I think you might be the most productive blogger on the planet! Linking...


Beautiful spinning, Margie! I absolutely love the colors in your wool. This is another great one...why do I love your mirror photo shoots so much!? Hope you had a great day at work...


I love the nubby texture of your yarn! The scarf looks like just what I need to make for chilly mornings like today.


love this! i actually just posted about it over at my blog!


eeeks! this is a great tutorial, and now i'm really excited!!! i have some beautiful ceramic buttons from a local potter, and have been looking for a simple knitting project to use them on. i have 20 projects half-started, but i'm putting this at the top of the list!


Your scarfettes are gorgeous, Margaret. They're earthy and, at the same time, elegant. I love the beautiful colours and textures. Thank you for the inspiration. =]


Oh, I love it!! I have some handspun just perfect for this application...


beautiful scarf. Don't you just love the handspun available on Etsy? I spin my own, but I never knit/crochet with it, I just buy it from others!


Those are kill-me-dead gorgeous!


These are fantastic! i never really liked long scarves, because i never know where to put the loose ends, but this is really perfect! thank you so much for sharing!


very cool. How many yards of yarn do you need?

Mathyld / encore petite

You spun this yarn ?!?
It's so pretty I could EAT it ! Preciously soft and eye-candy colours ...
x x x

Sarah Wick

After months of recalling this wonderful tutorial, I'm finally knitting one for a good friend's birthday. Just in time for the chill! Thank you!


How fab. Was looking for my next project.

Jordan Flight 45

As empty vessels make the loudest sound, so they that have least wit are the greatest babblers. (Plato, Ancient Greek Philosopher)

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OMG. the scarf on these pictures look just too good, The work done behind them is immense I guess.

קידום אתרים

Wonderful tutorial! I have t-shirt with such vintage buttons. It's like too lovely. Thanks for this one.


wow! nice work

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