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by Kathleen Cubley March 03, 2018 1 min read

This information is for the Facebook Live on February 27, 2018.

Angie's Cowl
Simply Stripes by Michelle Hunter, knit in 6 colors of Llamor.

Nicola's Cardigan
Veronika Cardigan knit from Shepherd's Wool.

Kim's Shawl
Deep Forest Shawl knit with Wonderland Yarns Cheshire Cat Mini Skein Pack (#101, Mad Tea Party) and Baby Alpaca Cherish (1 skein pink, 1 skein teal).

Lisa's Dolls
Sven Scandinavian by Cottage Creations, bodies knit from bits and pieces from Lisa's stash, hats knit from Adriafil Knitcol.

Kelley's Cowl
Namesake by Michelle Hunter, knit with 3 skeins of Hikoo Simplinatural.

Misti's Afghan
Entrelac afghan from the yarn label on Loops and Threads Barcelona.

Teri's Shawl
Tabulated Shawl, knit with a Wonderland Yarns Cheshire Cat Mini Skein Pack and a 1 skein of Alegria.

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