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Saturday, June 24, 2006
It's here! It's here! It's HERE!!
mmmm....yarn prize and beer
Can you tell I'm excited? ;) I opened up the mailbox today to find none other than my Knit the Classics prize. Four gorgeous skeins of Comfort Cotton from Green Mountain Spinnery. The colours are just gorgeous. From top to bottom, they're Weathered Green, Denim, Maize and Peony. The names are lovely too, aren't they? And who can resist organic cotton? I also just happen to have a fascination for the stuff ever since I found out you can actually grow it in colours. Having studied many aspects of plant biology before moving to agriculture, the endless variety the plant world has to offer never ceases to amaze me, and of course I get especially excited when it means fun yarn ;) Oddly enough though, I haven't gotten around to buying any yet, but I'm working hard to keep on my yarn diet. So it's extra nice to get free surprise yarn when I'm not allowed to buy it for myself :) So now I'm going to go back to sit on the patio, steal my boy's beer and contemplate my lovely new stash acquisition. We're working at re-planting the garden right now, so maybe it'll give me some flower ideas! Prosit! (Cheers!)

posted by tatjana @ 8:20 p.m.  
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