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Aug 16, 2012 07:58:48   #
Candy
 
Here is the baby hat that I made with the new red heart team spirit yarn, black and red for ohio st and u of l , made on the second loom. Thought it came out pretty good, just wished they had the blue and white yarn for u of k team
Candy


 
Aug 16, 2012 07:59:31   #
gagesmom (a regular here)
 
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Aug 16, 2012 08:00:36   #
Candy
 
its coming, hit send before i attached it, lol
Aug 16, 2012 08:01:58   #
gagesmom (a regular here)
 
lol. sorry. i like it alot. :thumbup: :thumbup:
Aug 16, 2012 13:11:34   #
kacey64
 
That is cute. Team spirit starting young!
Aug 16, 2012 17:57:40   #
sassycraft13
 
Adorable. I actually picked some up to make scarves for family members who are into sports (I am not). There is a Navy/White on the site will that not work for you?
 
Aug 16, 2012 19:59:22   #
Candy
 
u of k colors are more of a bright blue than navy
Candy
sassycraft13 wrote:
Adorable. I actually picked some up to make scarves for family members who are into sports (I am not). There is a Navy/White on the site will that not work for you?
Aug 16, 2012 20:03:41   #
grammamary
 
I,too, need this in bright blue for grandaughter's high school colors. Wonder why they didn't make that color?
Candy wrote:
u of k colors are more of a bright blue than navy
Candy
sassycraft13 wrote:
Adorable. I actually picked some up to make scarves for family members who are into sports (I am not). There is a Navy/White on the site will that not work for you?
Aug 17, 2012 09:46:04   #
sassycraft13
 
I am wondering if this will become part of their regular line and if they will come out with more colors? One of my local JoAnn's carries some and the other doesn't and the one that doesn't mentioned that it was only carried in their larger "Super Stores"
Aug 17, 2012 13:08:05   #
Dot Smith
 
I was just at Joann's and bought a skein of the team spirit yarn. I also found a book there with a great pillow top that I'm going to make for granddaughter since this is her 1st yr. in high school. I also got a solid skein of yarn to match so that the top would not all be 1 color. I think she'll be quite surprised. The yarn wrapper came with a knitted hat but here in TX we don't wear those much. I'm anxious to give the yarn a test.
Aug 17, 2012 16:34:37   #
Csknitty
 
My team spirit colors.
 
Aug 17, 2012 16:34:44   #
Csknitty
 
My team spirit colors.
Aug 17, 2012 18:11:48   #
immunurse
 
Question for Red Heart:

If God isn't a UK fan, then why is the sky blue and white?
Aug 17, 2012 23:15:11   #
Candy
 
herrschners has the red heart team spirit yarn on sale for $3.59 and free shipping till aug 20th.
Candy
 
          
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