awwwwww.I can't wait to see what you come up with for those yarns :)
I'm thinking that you're tossin that yarn into the fire....I hate when that happens with me!
Your photos always look great, wish my unravelled yarn looked that pretty!
hello... hapi blogging... have a nice day! just visiting here....
So, what are you going to do with the yarn? You'll come up with something!
May it rest in peace.
Sometimes you just have to put your knits down in the most humane way possible ;)
Haha - sometimes it just happens that way. So, do you have a real light box (as opposed to a cardboard box with cutouts in the sides, lined with butcher paper, like mine)? Your photos are lovely!
Okay, so now once again it's been proven that I'm just a little weird, because I didn't think the scarf looked so bad. Really! But then again I'm from Louisiana where purple, green, and gold often rule!!! Think Mardi Gras. Then LSU (Louisiana State University) colors are purple and gold. What can I say? Not all scarfs are born for daily wear...Give it time, sometimes I wait for a yarn to tell me what it wants to be... after it has jumped onto the counter and ended up on my credit card... especially when people look at me and ask me if I actually paid for "that" ugly yarn. What? Ugly yarn? NO SUCH THING... then again I've found that I can donate stuff that just dosen't quite suit me and somebody will love it... and I get the tax deduction, too! Win - Win!
And so it ends....but yet something else will begin.
New visitor here and your blog is BEAUTIFUL! Just purchased your "Cherry" dress for my little grand-daughter and can't wait to start making it for her for Christmas.I've added you to my favorites and will be back - thank for the inspiration.
LOL.... I think you made the right choice.
I liked it. Then again, I'm a bellydancer and tend to like vibrant, clashing colors.
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