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Tuesday, October 26, 2010

I am totally lovin' what's in my bag these days.

Piece of Pi on the left, Elisabeth on the right.

Make it a great one!

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51 comments

  1. Lol, Me too, its lush, is it just your yarn bag or your handbag?
    It's fab x

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  2. Love the bag! I have 2 in difference sizes. How are you liking the lock & key on yours? My LYS has one in stock and I was thinking whether or not it would be a pain in the butt.

    Great colors of yarn!

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  3. Looks good! enjoy your day!

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  4. Love the bag and can't wait to see the finished items!

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  5. The colors are gorgeous on your new creations. And that beautiful bag is perfect for beautiful you.

    xo...Ana

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  6. I just love everything you create!

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  7. I'm loving the yarn for the Elisabeth sweater! The Knit Cafe sweater that you've knit up before is next in my queue. Did you find buttons for your Jenny Watson sweater?

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  8. I always love the sweaters you choose to knit. The bag looks great.

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  9. love the bag too! what is it and where can i get one too?!?!

    the knitting projects are lovely too. :D

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  10. I love this photo! It says so much.

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  11. Oh man, I LOVE a white fluffy beret! Love your bag, too!

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  12. is that a scottie i spy?

    the pi pattern is ADORABLE

    how DO you find these cutie pie patterns?

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  13. Love the colours...what is underneath all of that and where are the lovely buttons?

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  14. What a gorgeous bag!!

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  15. The sweater pattern looks gorgeous... and so comfy, too!

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  16. The yarn you're using for the Elisabeth sweater looks lovely!

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  17. I agree, awesome project bag! Those knits look lovely as well!

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  18. Wow, I love, love, love the Elisabeth pattern. That might have to be next on my "to-knit" list!

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  19. Yes, I'm loving the bag itself too! (and the projects in it, of course)

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  20. Ooooo, I like Elisabeth. Just added her to my favorites in Ravelry and hope to move it to my queue soon. Looking forward to seeing your complete sweater. Thanks!

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  21. more beauties coming...love your bag!

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  22. I've had Elisabeth in the back of my head for a while now... we did the Mollie scarf as a KAL at my LYS and it was a huge hit - the yarn is really nice!

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  23. Do you purchase patterns and yarn from Classic Elite Yarns? Being from NH, I just located the factory where they manufacture the Classic Elite Yarns in MA last month. I went into their factory store and it was wonderful to see all the beautiful yarns and patterns.

    Just wondering ...
    Best wishes

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  24. I love Elizabeth! Great colours and the pattern looks like it'll be a great piece to wear.

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  25. Both look great. You are so talented.

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  26. Anonymous10/26/2010

    I love the bag too. I am also knitting Elizabeth. Are you using Liberty yarn? It is so nice and soft! What colorway are you using? I need to get back to knitting on mine because I got a little distracted by some Brooklyn Tweed.

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  27. Looks lovely! Im really liking the elizabeth sweater in particular!

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  28. Anonymous10/27/2010

    The top of your PI looks more detailed than the picture with the pattern? Did you add something?

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  29. Forget about what's in the bag. I'm lovin' the BAG, sweet!

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  30. Anonymous10/27/2010

    I've always been fond of Isabella myself but it has to be at the end of a long, long queue. (Astor is near the beginning though!)

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  31. Where can I get a bag like that? Did you make it yourself?

    It's nice and big for knitting projects..neat!

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  32. I like what is inside your bag, too! Both of those are unique patterns...I'm bookmarking them!

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  33. Love all the wooly goodness tucked in there. Love your bag too - i've looked at it but never took the plunge!

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  34. Yay, Elisabeth cardigan! My favorite...I'm knitting the 47 stitch wide, 1x1 ribbed collar now. Good, mindless subway knitting that doesn't occupy much bag space or much mental space! I can't wait to layer mine over a tissue tee (my preferred tee too) and skinny jeans.

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  35. Does anyone know what the name of the bag is?? Love it!

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  36. Both look great but the bag is just the best.

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  37. Love Elizabeth--can'1t wait to see it when you are done

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  38. OH! I canNOT wait to be jealous of the Elisabeth cardi! Sooooo pretty and so my style in the multi-color. Remember the one I SHRANK?

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  39. I'm totally lovin' your bag!! and I can't wait to see the masterpieces that come out of it.

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