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Friday, July 16, 2010

Episode 3 Ravelry Highlights and a Review

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Unknown said...

Thanks for your comments on the Brandywine bind off. I was running short on yarn when I got to that point so I didn't try it and I was also wondering if it might not be stretchy enough since i-cord isn't very stretchy. Glad to hear it is stretchy enough and I'll be sure to use it on my next Brandywine. I think this is one of those "you can't make just one" patterns.

I look forward to hearing the pipes on a future episode.

Grace and Peace Quilting said...

Loved hearing about Lisa's grandmother's cottage and your adventure there! ~Nancy B.

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