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    Hi everyone! I haven't managed to find a Craft Fair for December so I have taken nearly all my cards to the shop that sells them for me at a Craft Centre. Only downside being that they take 50 per cent. I have put my card stuff away until after Christmas when I can organise where I will be selling next year. I have decided to knit myself a jumper. I will post some pics as I go along. It is in a yarn called 'Noro' and is a multi colour blue, grey, turqoisey blend. I had to buy a book to get the pattern I wanted and it was £7.50!!!!!!!!!. The yarn was £9. 99 a ball and I needed three balls so by the time I had bought new needles because I didn't know where all my needles were hiding it will be quite an expensive jumper but VERY NICE I hope!! I will try to post a pic of the 9 or 10 inches I have done sometime tomorrow. The computer is really playing up at the moment!!! Sue xx
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    ooo cant wait to see!!! im still plodding along with a scarf its taking forever lol xx


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    • #3
      oooh, I can't wait to see your jumper!! It sounds like lovely colours

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      • #4
        Hi Sue,
        Jumper sounds gorgeous, dont forget to post a piccie! Did you get my pm about bakewell?
        Sarah

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        • #5
          Happy knitting

          Haven't done any knitting in ages.....hmm now where are my needles?
          "Human beings, who are almost remarkable in having the ability to learn from the experience of others, are also remarkable for their apparent disinclination to do so" - Douglas Adams


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          • #6
            OOOOOhhh!!!

            Noro is gorgeous! It's so expensive because it's hand spun and hand dyed. I'd love to knit with it but it's out of my price range right now. (Honestly, do small children REALLY need xmas pressies?)

            But it's on my list!

            Debbie
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