February 13, 2003
|No matter what I do, my timing is always dreadfully off. I never succumbed to the bulky novelty-yarn scarf trend until this week, at a time when many are proclaiming the trend dead in the water.|
If it's true that the trend is dying, then let this week's soft yet sparkly yarn be your last hurrah.
New This Week
Imagine a fur coat and diamonds, only more politically correct and less expensive. That's the impact of this furry yet sparkly specialty yarn. Read more.
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