Wool users-I want to see your fall/winter wool stash!

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Joined: 04/29/07
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Wool users-I want to see your fall/winter wool stash!

I am all done buying summer wool, now I am on to buying for the cooler months. I am SOO excited for longies weather!!! Smile Anyways...here is what I have so far....

NT Rainbird Foggy Mountian Overalls

Wsk Ellie Lou Elizabeth Tunic (I have a matching knit shrug to go with it but have yet to take a pic)

I am having a shrug knit to match this and leggings to attach

TIHMILY Cranky Pants set

DD Platy Longies

MM Morning Dew Longies

I am also having a pair of mosaic moon scrappy double ruffle longies knit up and some WSK Cake My Keki overalls. I don't have pics as they are currently being knit up by my knitters. Smile

Lets see what you have for your stash so far! Smile If you don't have pics, tell me what you have planned.

TiggersMommy's picture
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Your wool posts make me claw at my computer screen! Blum 3

Joined: 12/10/05
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Adorable!!!

I've been wanting to venture into wool (but can't knit at all!). Where do you find such adorable stuff and how much does it cost??

I think this post convinced to me make my first wool purchase Smile

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Joined: 08/26/07
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Beautiful as always! Pretty sure if I started buying wool now, DH would disown me. Lol

Joined: 04/29/07
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"kris_w" wrote:

Adorable!!!

I've been wanting to venture into wool (but can't knit at all!). Where do you find such adorable stuff and how much does it cost??

I think this post convinced to me make my first wool purchase Smile

I have everything custom made. I buy the yarn from hyenacart or spots corner and I have a wahm knit it up. The cost depends on what quality yarn you buy. My stuff is pretty spendy because of the brands I use, but its sooo worth it. Wool has a great resale value too if you take care of your stuff and its a popular colorway. I usually pay $20ish dollars per 4oz of yarn. If you wanted a pair of medish longies with a 7_8 inch inseam with good yarn, your looking at $80-90ish dollars (that's yarn and knitting included). You can get customs at cheaper prices if you go with a new knitter and be a "tester" for them. A lot of people offer those on diaperswappers.

Joined: 04/29/07
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"TiggersMommy" wrote:

Your wool posts make me claw at my computer screen! Blum 3

Hehehe thanks! I sure do love cding a baby girl Smile I am going to cry when she pt's.