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Whatever happens to strike my fancy, but surely some sort of fiber content.


Hey, I like the potentially offensive band! (As much as I like anything with any shade of pink.) My eyes are hazel, my hair strawberry blonde and my skin is (ahem) golden toned, so it was probably a safe bet.

I'll have to check KnitPicks colors again. When they first came out with their own yarn, I ordered 1 of everything and many of those are in the yellow green family - olives or sages and such. Loved those and the honey and peach shades.

By Anonymous diann, at 7:51 PM  

I'm with Diann. In context, the Bright Band looks wunderbar!


P.S. Answer to e-mail is forthcoming...

By Blogger Margaret, at 8:46 AM  

The bright band looks just fine to me. It blends with the rest of the sweater - it's not like it jumps out at you or anything.

By Blogger fillyjonk, at 10:36 AM  

Well, for some reason I've been at a love-of-all-things-pink phase for the past few months, but I really love the top band. It's warm and sunny, without looking baby pink. The progression seems very natural, and not like you suddenly slammed an unplanned colorway in there. I approve!

By Blogger Amie, at 11:57 AM  

I agree with everyone -- I see nothing offensive or off-putting about that top band. Knit on, my friend. :-)

By Blogger Mary, at 1:01 PM  

Beautiful, beautiful, beautiful sweater! just lovely - and the dogs are sweet too.

By Anonymous Anne, at 5:20 PM  

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Monday, January 22, 2007  

The top band is the potentially offensive one. After looking at it again this morning, I feel a little better about the colors.

In this photo you can see it with all the other colors.

And here are some gratuitous snow shots, with dogs.

posted by Bess | 12:13 PM