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by ysoldateague February 26, 2006

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skeletal forms; amazingly beautiful, creative knitting I’ve been trying to de-construct since I saw it; sexy crafty model (creator of the shocker mittens) – just go look

and Becky – the yarn is probably from Jamiesons of Shetland (they’re called something like that anyway). I inherited it from my grandfather without tags or anything but it’s defintely that sort of wool. And they do an amazing colour pallette.

The felting worked. Well it worked and it didn’t work. I didn’t get the result I was trying to get, the leaves just kind of vanished. But I did get a hat I love, the shape and size are perfect. I’m calling it a success. Pics tomorrow I guess. Seems a bit daft to take them at 1.30 am.

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