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Jenifer

Hey there Julia! Wow, I loooove that Cathay top. A picovoli? So cute! And I think it's so great that you're doing an elem school knitting program ... I was thinking of starting one at my son's school perhaps ... we'll see! (I knew of someone who did that and was able to open a not-for-profit account with brown sheep to order wholesale yarn, and then she also could get it for herself ... fyi!) Take care!

Kathleen

Hiya, the shape of your Cathay is lovely. I think you'll get a lot of wear out of that in the summer.

limedragon :-: Harriet

The Cathay looks terrific! And wow, what a bag!! I enjoyed your post and pictures of the kids in your knitting program. : )

reluctantMANGO

LOVE that top! That blue is such a summery color. I must say that I covet your bag... I can't quite make out the brand name though - who makes it?

PS Thanks for the compliments you left on my PeaPod, it was so fun to make!

Dena

Other yarn suggestions for a second Tivoli/Picovoli: Valley Yarns Longmeadow (found at WEBS) and Rowan Calmer. I'm using the Calmer right now for a Picovoli and it's turning out well. Maybe the microfiber in these yarns helps with the creasing.

Bird

That color is amazing! Did you have a personal shopper?

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