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    Quote Originally Posted by sweetmonkey View Post
    The cestari is nice because it is so vibrant and it wears great! No pilling yet!!! But the variation is a little nutty sometimes and it feels more like cotton than squishy yummy wool to me.
    This is exactly how I feel about Cestari! I've only tried the superfine version, not the fine. I do love how they don't pill! The blue longies were more fun to knit- the yarn was smoother and softer, but I can tell they're going to pill more already. They drape a bit nicer too, I think. The purple pair is a bit too big for her, so it's hard to tell. Those are the only two yarns I've knit with. I have some BFL to try, and some "Divine Merino" from Selah. It's funny though- the Cestari yarn is softer from certain vendors- I don't know why, though. The yarn I have from Sugarbubbie isn't as soft as the yarn I have from Mosaic Moon, but they are both Cestari Superfine. ???

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    longies from dragonfly pattern on austrailian merino "dorian" from Earth Yarn.
    I almost got lost in how dark this colorway was, but the yarn was SO soft it practically crocheted itself...

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    Just need to make a hat with the leftover yarn, then on to the other pair I'm making for his Christmas gift...
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    Quote Originally Posted by denastelly View Post
    longies from dragonfly pattern on austrailian merino "dorian" from Earth Yarn.
    I almost got lost in how dark this colorway was, but the yarn was SO soft it practically crocheted itself...





    Just need to make a hat with the leftover yarn, then on to the other pair I'm making for his Christmas gift...
    Cute! I love that colorway, and I also love working with soft yarn. Mmmm...

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    A few (okay a lot) of things I am working up right now for my February Newborn Stocking!










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    That little coat is ABSOLUTELY adorable. Did you design that yourself?!
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    Thank you Sandra! Yes I did! It is a One of a Kind creation! I was going to make it into a pixie hood, but decided I liked the collar look much better.

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    Man, i am jealous! You are really talented
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    Cristi- that coat is amazing!!!

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    Thanks guys. I have listed a few more things, but here is my newest drool maker.. for me at least..


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    Quote Originally Posted by Gillian_and_Bean View Post
    Thanks guys. I have listed a few more things, but here is my newest drool maker.. for me at least..

    Ooo... I love that yarn!
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