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Poor Bunny , fancy sticking all those pins in it [eek] 


It is actually quite therapeutic… [wink]

I love your shawl, I always had a hard time working with thin yarn. Your shawl looks like quite a bit of work!! 


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Made myself a new pin cushion couple days ago (the bunny one!), I absolutely love it. So today I made a couple more in different colors. Need to take pic of all 3. Zombie bunny? What do you think? [biggrin]

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Cute bunny pincushion, love the eyes!  I'm working on a pumpkin pin cushion.  Just cut out the material.  Will post photo when it's finished.
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Poor Bunny , fancy sticking all those pins in it [eek]


This is my latest shawl, still not quite finished but I had to take a photo of something else today so put this on the dummy to take a picture while I was at it - managed to take the wrong side so when I do finally finish it I must remember to do it from the other side

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Christine, it's beautiful even from the wrong side! LOL
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Christine, it's beautiful even from the wrong side! LOL

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It is actually quite therapeutic… [wink]

I love your shawl, I always had a hard time working with thin yarn. Your shawl looks like quite a bit of work!! 

I had not thought of it being therapeutic - must find a subject and try it sometime [biggrin]

Thank you, it has been a lot of work, not sure I will be able to price it for the amount of hours involved and still have someone willing to pay the price.  I think it is lace-weight yarn - metallic thread surrounded by a miniscule amount of yarn.  I don't mind making with it but undoing is all but impossible as it attachs itself to itself somehow.


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I have a cloche hat all knit, ready to be blocked and sewn together, one cabled mitten almost finished and 3" completed on another black hat.
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I had not thought of it being therapeutic - must find a subject and try it sometime [biggrin]

Thank you, it has been a lot of work, not sure I will be able to price it for the amount of hours involved and still have someone willing to pay the price.  I think it is lace-weight yarn - metallic thread surrounded by a miniscule amount of yarn.  I don't mind making with it but undoing is all but impossible as it attachs itself to itself somehow.


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I know what you mean about the yarn.  I was making a boot topper with a fuzzy white yarn on the top and bottom.  I messed up and tried to unravel it, impossible!  I had to try and make it look like I meant to do that!  I, also knit a shawl using sock weight yarn because I bought a cone of it.  Took me forever.  I decided to keep it for myself because no one would ever pay what I would have to charge for my time!
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Christine- your shawl is beautiful - I wish I could crochet ( it's on the "list" !)

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Christine- your shawl is beautiful - I wish I could crochet ( it's on the "list" !)


I can't crochet either but I can fake a nice edging when needed.

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I am working on a bead embroidered thistle and bee.
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OMG.. such talent here! I've just made some bath bombs and will be selling them soon! HOPEFULLY pics come tomorrow.
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Bev and Lesley - I don't knit  so we are quits [biggrin]   I jumped in at the deep end when I started knitting and did two jumpers, about thirty five years ago now, one of which I still wear but I enjoy crochet much more.


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Christine and Bev - it is nice that we make such different items and styles so we don't really compete for the same customers. I have a local friend on E. who makes the most exquisite lace shawls and spins and dyes her own yarn. Again, not competitors.

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