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September 22, 2005



Your Madli shawl is just beautiful - and the color is very pretty, too. I've also been admiring your Estonian lace scarves - so lovely- what pattern are you using?


Beautiful! I need to pick mine back up, but I've been distracted by a new toy (a wheel). Your Madli really is gorgeous!


Absolutley gorgeous!

Siow Chin

Another beautiful shawl, Dorothy! Do you think it is difficult to convert the pattern for knitting the other border in another direction? Got to get out my pattern to figure out. I remember Cocoon Lace was done like that.


Your Madli is fantastic! I love how it looks in the pink. I don't typically knit with pink but I'm starting to feel a bit of love for the pink...


The Madli is on my "to do" list - and yours is beautiful! Thanks for sharing. Now, I think I may know what to do with my purple KidSilk Haze...


When we moved to Canada we calculated by the pound how much we were paying to move stuff. As we weighed each item we made the decision re what was going to accompany us. It wasn't as minimal as it could have been :)

Gorgeous scarf, as usual!

And thanks for your comment on my blog. That was a heck of a way to develop a chocolate aversion. Oh yukk.


It's beautiful.

Did you count how many nupps you made? It looks like a very large number, way more than I could manage without going nupp crazy. I'm impressed, as always when you show a finished product.


She's lovely Dorothy! Well done! And you finished so quickly!

Thanks for the birthday wishes and the compliments on my Shaped Triangle :)


Gorgeous! I cannot believe you can knit *lace* of all things, at ball games. I can't even knit it when I'm sitting in my own living room if there is anything else going on!

Anyway, Madli is lovely :-) Well done!


It's beautiful!!


That is beautiful! And I can't wait until you start that Unst shawl!


Ah Ha! You are the little devil that went to nupp hell and made 5 Estonian shawls? Is this the Fiber Trends pattern? I have that pattern. Maybe the copper Zephyr would like to be that scarf or stole. I will search your blog for those 5 beauties.


You are something....when I grow up, I want to be a shawl-knitter like you...it is perfectly perfect, Dorothy!


madlii is very pretty, you did a stupendous job.

Marilyn Dawn

I'm interested in learning the technique of lace making. The product is a burden basket worn by Native women. The closest I can come to understanding the pattern is in using the Orvieto, or the Shetland Lace approach. The next closest is a type of macrame, which is what crochet is, after all. Any ideas folks?

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