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A quick note: this is
probably the last time you will see this yarn and my attempts to make it into something useful. I know in my heart of hearts that the yarn will soften and feel a lot less like plastic with its first washing, but I just. can’t. stand. knitting with it. So I’m moving on, people. I’m going to be designing a yoke sweater for Mr. Interrupted (more on that later) and procuring some yarn for the Tangled Yoke cardigan for me. Bye-bye Red Heart Super Saver in black, hello KnitPicks March catalog! w00t!
3 thoughts on “WIP Wednesday 5”
Hey, you really ought to just give that crappy yarn to the goodwill. Somewhere out there is someone waiting to love it into an afghan!
I think we have the same carpet as you. :)
Yes, get rid of the crap you don’t like. If knitting brings you joy, why remove it with bad yarn? I just got the March Knitpicks catalog too and was disappointed with the changes they made to the yarn pages. Oh well.
Woohoooo! Good riddance! ;)
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