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August 28, 2004


rachel m.

you are fantastic. i have no idea if i'll be able to do as well as you have, but i'll keep trying until something works. i think i need to try the drop of white out method for marking the turns. i don't have white out- so i'm on hold til i run the sunday errands. thanks so much for the help!


I agree that the pooling colors scarf needs slight tension adjustments the entire time you're knitting it. It makes it less of a TV knitting project and more of a pay attention project for me. :)


Hi :) I love your scarf, and especially the lace cast-on! But how does one do that? I live in Denmark, and sometimes it can be a bit hard to find out what it is in Danish :) I've searched on the net, but didn't find any tutorials/explanations...




I love your lacy knitting!

HOW do you do the lace cast on?


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