Art Yarns

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Well, if there was ever a crack cocaine of yarn, this seems to be it. The colorways are absolutely scrumptious!!! I sense large purchases being made in the future …

'Scuse me while I wipe the drool from the keyboard.

Cheers,
Alison

[color=darkblue]Alison.
I was just checking out my local yarn shops website and I noticed she has added the whole list of her yarns and she has the artyarns. She has Wool Fur, Ultramerino, Supermerino, Handpaint striped sock yarn.
I can’t wait to get back there to check them out in person,
:slight_smile:
Susie[/color]

Expensive, but oh so beautiful!!

I bought some of the Supermerino for the test knit that I’m doing for Denise (foldedbird). I really like how it knits up, and I really love the color (mine is a mix of blues, very pretty).

[color=darkblue]That color is pretty fibergirl. It looks like what the color was I just used from my grandsons sweater.
Pretty,
Susie[/color]

I so LOVE that color blue and Artyarns…oh boy…they are every so yummy :wink:

pass somma dat crack this way :drooling:

I saw some Pima cotton at Knitpicks, and I still have my Birthday certificate–How would that be for a little boy’s sweater?? Alabama doesn’t get very very cold–and I want it to be soft and comfy. Now that I think I might dare do a sweater at all–I want to use just the right yarn for little Davy Boy :heart: down in Alabama!! If there is a blend that would maybe be softer and has a little miore give–culd you maybe give me some tips??

Thanx girls!! :XX:

BOY!! It has really rained here in Tidewater VA all night and all day! :shock: My poor Kitty cat, Scraps is Soooo depressed…he’s just moping around. Me–I love it–I don’t have any reason to get out and I can knit, and read blogs and surf the net until we have to go do our Christmas cantata ONE MORE TIME tonight!! THREEnihgts is 2 too many—standing for and hour and a half is just too much for many of us, But it always gets me more ready for Christmas, doesn’t you?? :inlove:

I used knitpicks’ crayon, which is the pima cotton for some things for my granddaughter… these spiral socks, this poncho using mitered blocks of the Crayon, and this halter & hat & my step-daughter tells me that Allysa LOVES all of it…it’s very, very soft. Although a friend of mine @ knitpicks suggests cold water wash, flat to dry & a brief run thru the dryer on air to make it nice & poofy again :wink: