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Kristine Raess

Oh wow that yarn is beautiful! Socks with it would be perfect!


Thanks for the chuckle today ..........I think I'm in love with Carl the Cactus. He needs some pins for spikes!!!


I think a cute little beanie would fit the bill for me.


I would knit Great Divide shawl... This lovely color that is being given away would be my multi color - and I would pair it with a cream solid! Gorgeous!

Linda in VA


Socks, of course!


Yarn is so FUN! I would knit mittens to cheer me up in the cold Western NY winters..


Love Carl! I think socks would be great out of this yarn!


I'm working on a Penguano by stephen west and I think it would be perfect for the collar and the icord around it all.

leanne welch

This is beaytiful yarn. Definitely socks . Love the Catus!


I would make a colorful pair of mitts.


Socks for sure and for certain..and Carl is so dang cute, I can't stand it..I need Carl in my life...

Caffeine Girl

I love it when socks knit themselves! Although that pattern looks hard to me.
There is something irresistible about pink and gray. I need to try knitting two at a time like that.
That is a lovely skein, but since I'm a recent winner, I think it should go to someone else!


Askance cowl a little larger to use the whole skein would be gorgeous!


Socks what else?!! Gorgeous socks

Sarah k

I'd make a lovely bright hat to cheer up grey winter days.

Angela Rueb

I would knit a pair of fingerless mitts. The color is so bright and happy and just plain gorgeous! My email is: alrueb@yahoo.com

Thank you!


I immediately thought socks, but this yarn would also make a bright and cheery scarf to wrap around my neck and tuck into my coat in the cold WI winters.


That is some 'neon' color. Love it.


Oh, how pretty! I would definitely make a cowl to brighten up those dreary winter days.

Susan Hopkins

I would knit a lovely and cheerful Slouched Tuva Hat. Chemo took my hair two years ago and the long-term drug I’m on now thins out what little hair returned. Even in the hot summer, it’s not uncommon to find me wearing a hat. (I’m wearing one today!) The yarn you were gifted would brighten up any day! Simply gorgeous!


MITTS! I'm on a sock hiatus and knitting mitts I desperately need next winter. MITTS!! Using all the sock patterns I own. Thanks so much for the sweet give-away.


It's lovely I think it would have to be socks


I’d love to knit a cowl or a hat! Maybe fingerless mitts!


This yarn is so pretty, might be socks but lets face it you have to hold it, squeeze it and then decide what it is meant to be!


The yarn is pretty. I imagine pairing it with a grey to make some color work in a sweater.

I love the cactus too!

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