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January 10, 2012


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Jill Wignall

oh these are delightful Margie. Cashmere.....mmmmmm.....cozy.
It's great that you've made such beautiful blankets from 'old' jumpers.


All of these blankets are wonderful. What a fantastic source of cashmere you must have! How cozy all your family must be this winter. I hope you saved the special red cross blanket for yourself Dr Margie :)


Seen closer the one with the flower heads (chrysanthemums) is amazing!


beautiful work and very warm, i'm sure!


each of them is a real gem
what lucky recipients for sure !
you've worked hard, re-using precious material for making the most wonderful & meaningful gifts !
you're the best (and such an inspiration, always)


I just LOVE these:) and, I do so hope you are keeping one for yourself too:) Now, I am going to be searching thrift shops for cashmere!!!! I can't believe how many you must have gathered..fantastic thrifty finds!

Sorana Tarmu

Wonderful way to recycle old sweaters! It's a brand new life given to precious cashmere. I love your blog.


These look wonderfully soft and warm. When I am in stores, I always touch the cashmere sweaters. :) Imagine being wrapped in one.


I love your cashmere blankets - the thought of them, the gifting of them, and their designs! I just bought my almost-college-bound son another (his second) cashmere sweater (deeply discounted) -- I think having even a little cashmere in one's life makes for a feeling of LUXURY, don't you?


these are so beautiful, margie! you have a great eye for putting colours together.

helle Jorgensen

Beautiful designs Margie. You've been busy.

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