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  • The colors sing! (An understated Rowan-y song.)
    Here’s hoping Fiber Arts Boy recovers very quickly. He’s missing ‘Up on the Housetop’ practice!!!
    Love, Kay

  • Get well soon wishes to your fibre artist.
    Those stripes look lovely.Nice bit of tonal harmony happening there.
    Such even stockinette too.

  • Get well soon… pop-tarts.. been ages since I had one of those!

  • ewww sickness … it is going through my house too .. i hope everyone gets well soon
    btw .. what yarn is that?? its puuurty

  • Such calm, cool colours – would bring my temperature down just looking at them. Hope he is soon up on his feet again.

  • Thanks, y’all. David is still a hot tamale, but he is Resting Comfortably.
    Morgan, this sweater is Punch from Rowan 27. I’m using Jo Sharp which I found at Angel Hair Yarn Co. in Nashville, you’ll be glad to know! The pattern calls for Rowan Wool Cotton, which would make this a little softer and drapier. The Jo Sharp, knit on US 5s to get the gauge right, makes a bit stiffer fabric. But I love this yarn: it kind of knits itself, so smooth.

  • I love it! It does look cool, and the greens look so good with each other and the blue. Can’t wait to see the full reverse progression. 🙂

  • I hope Fiber Arts Boy is feeling better soon!
    Your version of Punch is looking smashing. Wow!

  • Ann, re: Ultrafestive Holiday Contest: Would you consider putting some of your favorite entries on the blog? I would love to read what other people have to say about why they NEED some Magpie!

  • Evonne–Absolutely. I’m going to ask everybody for permission first, but they’re all laugh/cry fab. We’ll have a little holiday party here at MDK.

  • I hope he feels better soon.
    The colors make me think of the beach; they have such a nice, mellow feel.