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Malabrigo Bee Cria

Meet my Bee Cria.

There are many things (many) that I could say about her, but I won’t.

To put it simply, i love her.

We are going to be best buddies, I can tell.

xoxoxoxox 

ps. more wordy knitters to be found at Ginny\’s.

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10 thoughts on “Malabrigo Bee Cria

  1. that is a really cute sweater! and i love the color. i would have totally picked that too!

    :)
    jen

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    Posted by www.theevolvinghomemaker.com | September 7, 2011, 3:05 pm
  2. oh wow! this is going to be so adorable, especially in the short sleeves (i read your rav notes!) yay for you, knitting for yourself and a sweater too. love the colorful wool, congrats on the malabrigo, such gorgeous stuff. i have little red in the city on my wish list, but i see now the pattern is avaliable alone, without the book. maybe i need to make one too!

    i did not make my sweater, it was an inexpensive one thats seen many miles (and still in pretty good shape). if i were a good pattern copier, i would like to try it though!

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    Posted by Lori | September 7, 2011, 3:22 pm
  3. That colour is really cool, and you’ve made loads of progress :) My Cria feels like it is taking forever!

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    Posted by Natalie | September 7, 2011, 3:42 pm
  4. Oooh the colors are so rich. Very very nice!

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    Posted by Jodi | September 7, 2011, 5:48 pm
  5. I want to make a Cria – I love the interesting construction techniques Ysolda uses!

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    Posted by Lisa | September 7, 2011, 6:41 pm
  6. The colors are stunning! I would love to knit something with that yarn, makes me smile just looking at it.

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    Posted by Anke | September 7, 2011, 7:57 pm
  7. Bright Happy Days ahead! Those colours are so inviting.

    Thank you for your comments on my Giveaway Angelina, just wondering, which prize you were putting your hand up for if your number comes up? xx

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    Posted by Hinterland Mama ~ Aleta ღ | September 8, 2011, 11:25 am
  8. Great yarn!

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    Posted by Sam | September 8, 2011, 12:37 pm
  9. That looks like a fun project… and your life sounds interesting and busy…

    Thanks for taking time to come over to my blog and make such nice comments about the garden stove. We’re waiting for a bit of good weather and will hopefully soon finish. We’d like to be able to use it all year round weather permitting. I think that may be a little optimistic of us!! I will post the instructions and list of materials as soon as I have a little bit of time to get them together.

    We did use clay. We wanted to make it with as much recycled material as possible but in the end did have to buy some. But lots of people find it in their own gardens.

    I hope you have a fun weekend,
    Deb

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    Posted by Debby | September 9, 2011, 8:46 am
  10. Very pretty colours and that looks like a fun project to be making.

    The pattern that I am using for my blocks is from an early ’80′s publication from Patons – the book is called Royal Babies and the pattern is Baby’s pram or cot cover.

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    Posted by mistea | September 9, 2011, 10:55 pm

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