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Sassy

by ysoldateague January 16, 2008

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I have been working on the Coraline pattern today, but this keeps pestering me for attention.

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Brilliantly red hand dyed cashmere lace weight from Posh Yarn that my camera failed utterly to photograph, appropriately named ‘Sassy’. If you’d like your own beautiful, unique yarn to distract you from getting any work done they’re having a special Wednesday salein just under an hour at 6pm GMT, with lots of semi solids which are clearly my favourite. It seems that even when I’m trying hard to write up patterns I can’t finish anything without immediately starting something new. Sigh. So pretty though.

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