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March 18, 2009


Pam T.

What an awesome idea! Love the way you worked out carrying the thick yarn on opposite sides -- almost a sculptural quality. Very nice!


I love this lace technique and plan to try it soon.

Right now I'm having loads of fun with Clover's teeny-tiny mini pom pom makers. The final pom poms are 3/4" and 1" and are too cute. I plan to post a photo on my blog tonight.


I don't knit, but that technique looks pretty neat! And love the scarf you made too!
At this moment is is my supplies... tons of junk jewelry that I have been wanting to play with and create...should say your post yesterday....that has me going and thinking and itching to get my hands busy.

julie m

The Scribble Lace is so cool. Wish I knew how to knit. What has me tickled now is the robins hopping around in the front yard.


I've seen this technique of using large needles with wire to make bracelets and chokers. Very effective in copper wire that incorporated beads.

The current technique that I've experimenting with is trasfers using laser copies/prints onto release paper. This technique requires no water and is almost immediate.

Lynda Taylor

I really like the scribble lace technique. It looks great and your scarf is wonderful.
I haven't tried it yet but now , I simply must.
I am tickled at the moment with knitting with wire and beads. I use 4 mm metal needles and 28 gauge wire. I pre thread beads and knit away.

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