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Hi there :)
I for one am a great fan of pooling, so I love how your sisters scarf looks so far. Its also quite subtle (at least in the picture) very nice and soft going from one color to the next. Just let the yarn do its thing, I am sure if will be very pretty.


Hey, about the yarn for your clapotis not matching, I have some of that yarn as well if you want to take a look at it. maybe at the next meetup, or email me if you want to get together before that.



I had a scarf that pooled and I changed where I started on the skein and needles and it fixed it.


I think the pooling looks great, so I'm no help! :)

LOVE the baby afghan - just beautiful.


Let's get soaking wet! Everyone into the pool!

Oh, sorry, I thought this was a club and not your knitting blog. I like the pooling effect but then again, I'm always a fan of the randomization of variegated yarn.


The scalloping of the edges is caused by stacked increases and decreases, and won't go away if you add more edging or change needle size. I can't really see the lace pattern on the shot. Nice work (all of it!)

Pooling is indeed in the eye of the beholder. The needle size issue is hard to predict, and you know what I'm about to say....try it.

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