Behold... (and be prepared to drool all over your keyboard)
Note: This particular colourway was chosen for me by S's super-gorgeous young assistant J. These are my favourite colours! Thanks J!!! (your Mum will give you a big hug, from me).
[The colours are a little more subtle than in this pic. Lovely "Autumny/Fall" colours]
Now as you can imagine, this Aussie sock knitter was (and still is) totally over the moon when she set eyes upon this lovely sock yarn that's not available here in Australia. It's super soft and marvellously squishy and I can't wait to knit with it. (Got to wait until the New Year though, then all the "secret" knitting will be finished)
I have to say thank you to Fringe, S's LYS (Local Yarn Store). S isn't a knitter (don't hold that against her!) so the lovely ladies at Fringe were incredibly helpful and as a result, everything is just what I would have chosen if I'd visited the store myself :D I'm positively green with envy that Fringe is so close to S lol (although I'm sure my bank account isn't!)
A HUGE thanks to S (and J)! I'm beyond delighted with my goodies.
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Very nice - I love the Bearfoot!By Jeanne, on 03 December, 2006
Gorgeous stuff! The colors are all wonderful :o)By amanda, on 04 December, 2006
Hey Jane, glad you enjoyed! J had a lot of fun helping, and playing with the gorgeous Ark they have there for little assistants just his age. Here's hoping they are as much fun to knit with as they were to squish...lolBy polheber2, on 05 December, 2006
How lucky are you! Those yarns are just gorgeous (my fave is the wildflower colour) although they are all wonderful!By Sandra, on 06 December, 2006
I think all the drool shorted out my keyboard. I love them all.By monica, on 07 December, 2006
That's plain cruel showing all that loot! Oh, and you owe me a new keyboard. This one is now really wet!LOL!By fitknit, on 08 December, 2006
From 'The Green Eyed Monster'
LMAO I did warn you all about the drool ;O)By OzKnitter, on 09 December, 2006
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