It’s to match what?

Craft | Saturday November 6 2010 | 10:21 pm | Comments (6) | Tags: |

You can probably tell from this website what my favourite colours are!  In case you can’t – green and pink!  I also love grey with pink, but it probably wouldn’t have looked so good on this site.

Imagine then, if you will, how thrilled I have been every time I have seen this yarn?  It’s Zauberball Starke 6 which is the heavier of the Zauberballs, but still not quite dk.

I have resisted buying it until now, somehow.  Possibly because I have have no idea what I am going to use it for!  But what sort of excuse is that for not buying yarn!!

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  • Alice

    that yarn is delish!!!!! Love those beautiful soft colours! my mum would say “let it mature” like wine and you’ll soon know what to do with it!!!!!rnJust had a great read back through your holiday, loved all the sheep and the greenness and of course your gorgeous potholder!!!!!

    • frou-frou

      Hi Alice thanks for your message. The sheep, greenness and everything about the holiday was brilliant. I love being at home but would prefer to be in that little cottage still.nnI love the idea of letting yarn ‘mature’ and I shall do just that until I have decided on its future.nnGive Raymond a squeeze from me, Fiona x

  • Clarascrochetroom

    Love these colors! Is that a massive ball of wool or just the photo?

    • frou-frou

      Hi Clara it is actually quite a bit ball. It’s 400m and weighs 150g. I was trying to think of something to compare the size to in order to describe it but decided just to measure it and its 14.5 inches in circumference! These Zauberballs come in great colours. I find they are better in reality than the colours appear online, Fiona x

  • Steven Townley

    Erm, no excuse. Just beware Scott might employ the same argument when he has no other justification for another banjo/guitar/ukulele/bass/euphonium/cello…

    • frou-frou

      Well, he can try!! But a few u00a3 on a ball of yarn isn’t lots of u00a3u00a3u00a3 on a euphonium!!!