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 50 to 100 Yards
 99 yards of Merino/Tussah Silk

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elliela Posted - 03/16/2006 : 12:33:52 PM
Hi all,

Just bought 99 yards of this lovely yarn:

Don't have it in my possession just yet, but wanted to pop in and see what you might suggest I make with it.


See what I'm up to at:

I've got another blog here:
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babycarolnancy Posted - 04/18/2009 : 2:28:12 PM
I made this ponytail holder. You can use any yarn, not just novelty yarn. You might like it. Here's the site:

Musicknitter Posted - 05/22/2006 : 6:11:28 PM
I was going to suggest wrist warmers, but I guess that's really the same thing as fingerless mitts.


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celia Posted - 05/22/2006 : 4:07:52 PM
Fingerless mitts?

Read my blog, or buy my handdyed yarn and handmade stitchmarkers. Also destashing here.
kitty824 Posted - 05/22/2006 : 3:07:50 PM
don't know if you're into headbands, but I made this the other day and it's a very pretty design:

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