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Marsha finished her beautiful bolero

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Marsha finished her beautiful bolero…knit with two combined yarns…pattern “The Fan” in “Japanese Inspired Knits”. She was one of us who was inspired by Terry’s version….which can be seen in this photo collage –  the Fan Bolero!.

Now the details…the yarn used was Classic Elite Yarns Pirouette and Crystal Palace’s Panda Silk.

4 Responses

  1. I bet there was a lot of work in that, lovely.


    • It was….and she did a great job….here’s more info….

      The beautiful bolero…knit with two combined yarns…pattern “The Fan” in “Japanese Inspired Knits”


  2. Congrats! I just nominated you for “One Lovely Blog”
    http://kimberlyscraftini.com/2012/07/26/one-lovely-blog/



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Marsha finished her beautiful bolero

20120721-095936.jpg

Marsha finished her beautiful bolero…knit with two combined yarns…pattern “The Fan” in “Japanese Inspired Knits”. She was one of us who was inspired by Terry’s version….which can be seen in this photo collage – the Fan Bolero!.

Now the details…the yarn used was Classic Elite Yarns Pirouette and Crystal Palace’s Panda Silk.

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