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Cotton Twirl Woman's Shrug
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May 31, 2012 11:19:22   #
MrsB (a regular here)
Lovely longer bolero jacket with an interesting backside design that highlights the variations of color in the yarn (BBQ Sauce is the name of the color they used - color number 2231).

May 31, 2012 11:33:43   #
Nice shrug..added to my to do list. Thanks for sharing
May 31, 2012 13:08:04   #
MrsB (a regular here)
The only issue I have with this pattern is that there should be some kind of closure on the front, maybe a tie or frog. It would never keep from opening up on my chest and that would irritate my fashion ethics :)
May 31, 2012 18:52:50   #
Yarn on the link looks lovely. I have bookmarked it. Thanks
May 31, 2012 19:12:59   #
MrsB (a regular here)
Love the yarn!
Jun 1, 2012 06:12:50   #
kiwiannie (a regular here)
Thanks for the link.
Jun 1, 2012 07:59:41   #
Its's a lovely shrug and good fun to makeI am currently making the child's version for my GD.(almost finished...will post pics when done)
Jun 1, 2012 09:10:41   #
Thanks for the link; interesting name for the yarn!
Jun 1, 2012 09:57:46   #
I am currently making the child's pattern. It has a tie. Would a shawl pin work?
Jun 1, 2012 10:42:19   #
Lovely shrug. I like the names for the yarn. Looks like barbecue sauce. They also have ketchup & concord grape.
Jun 1, 2012 13:13:14   #
virginia42 wrote:
Lovely shrug. I like the names for the yarn. Looks like barbecue sauce. They also have ketchup & concord grape.

LOL...Decide on breakfast, lunch and dinner and dress accordingly in case of "goobering."
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