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Here I am again after over a month. I was sick, and it was really bad. Now, my son has a flu, and it’s even worst. 😦 After my flu, cold and few infections I am on my feet again. Last four weeks I finished few unfinished knitting / crochet projects. I’ll post photos as soon as we have a sunny day, so I can take good photos. It is pouring from the sky, and it seems it will rain for next two – three days. Right now I am working on my sweater. That project takes lot of time. I was almost done with a front when I found mistake, and I ripped it off. My husband said he would not do that, but I can not stand to have mistake on my sweater. I also work on a baby blanket. The funniest part is I do not have enough yarn. I need maybe three yards of yarn to finish it, and now I have to wait ’til my son gets better, so I can go to by a skein of yarn. This never happened to me before. The reason why happened now is simple – I am using leftovers for this blanket.
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I found this video (by Jane Richmond – web site http://www.janerichmond.com/ ) on Pinterest and decided to try it. I used 20% wool and 80% acrylic yarn for my project, and it worked well… at least for this project. I can’t wait to try it with different yarns (cotton, 100% wool….). If you try it, let me know if it worked for you.