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05/06/2007

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elan

I'm under constant production as well, just remember sometimes too much to choose from can be a problem, I try not to load up but to bring out new things as other similar items sell. It can be stressful but once you've got a base you just top up what sells.

I like the yarn & agree about the dk blue & I think you could add a touch of icy blue as well but maybe that's my monitor.

Ronni

Wow! You sure have been working hard. It sounds like you've got a lot of lovely things already. Good luck with the rest of your work. I'm sure you're going to be a terrific success.

Your green dye experiment yarn looks lovely to me.

naomi

I can see that the green doesn't quite match its inspiration, but you did an excellent job here of dyeing my favorite colors. :) (I really like your spruce needles, there, in and of themselves.)

Kerri

Wow...that's quite a collection you've created! You go, girl!

Arianne

Hi...I just think you should know that you make beautiful art and your silk yarn (both, but especially the green because it's my favourite colour) makes my mouth water it's so delicious looking!

Kristy

It sounds like you're going to have a fabulous collection! Best of luck in finishing it up, and I want to see more pictures :)

tiennie

Beautiful! Love the silk!

Opal

I really adore the silk. I love the way silk just soaks up the dye. So vibrant!

Tina

This is the most accurate translation of "gruen" I have ever seen :-) I like it so much that I even commtent this late. Just now exploring your blog. Won't comment on everything I like, don't worry...

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