It is time again for the Daily Posts’s weekly photo challenge, and here is my entry for this week:
They will look even better when ‘arranged’ into a garment!
Nice yarn and I like the basket too.
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Nice arrangement and colors. Makes me want to get my yarn out. 🙂
I especially like the vibrant, multi-colored yarn ball the knitting needles are in!
The colors especially seem so spring-like! (I used to love embroidery, personally. But I have wonderful memories of my mother, my grandmother, my aunt – all doing needlepoint, crochet, and also knitting.)
Nice arrangement. With the weather getting warmer, I’m about to put my knitting needles away until next fall.
Carol, your beautifully arranged basket of knitting yarn has got me thinking about the projects I will be beginning shortly, as the weather cools down here in Australia. There’s nothing quite like knitting; I love it!
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I love the texture and colours, Carol. The wool comes alive and I can feel the comfort in it.
Good one! But now you have to arrange it into a scarf or something!
I had to laugh, Carol. For a moment your photo didn’t load. I thought you were playing the grandest April Fools joke saying you had no photo to offer. But instead, suddenly, came all this beautiful yarn. So many different colors!
Aw, thank you! This reminds me of my mother. 🙂
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A perfect arrangement, I think. The yarn looks luxurious, and I love the basket it’s in. My husband tells me “no baskets” every time my mom and I go shopping together. Sometimes he even get what he asks for 😉
Ahh, but when your son brings you the basket from his trip to Africa, husband cannot complain!
Husband never complains…he just rolls his eyes and grins 🙂 An African basket must have a story to tell. I love an object with a story!
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