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Lee

Oh. I knew there had to be others out there!! I see beautiful yarn and I buy it before I've even thought about what to make out of it. It's gotten rather out of control. I'll think of ideas that I want to buy more yarn for, and then, well, maybe sometimes buy the yarn and then not actually use it for the project I thought of.

See Exhibit A: http://www.flickr.com/photos/deinera/4662645900/

That was before I bought a grab bag from you too! I really do have issues. I like to stand at my yarn closet and touch all the soft wool. I look at the afghan stuff and I want to just do something with it to get rid of it. But then I see all the sock yarn and I swoon all over again.

Glad to know I'm not the only one. That Superhero yarn is beautiful, btw.

Bethany Whitney

Here, here :) I have way more yarn than I'll be able to knit! At least while I'm doing this school thing :)

I love the DIC Knitosophy yarns. The colors are stunning. I don't own any yet, mostly because I couldn't decide on just one, and bills need to get paid more than I need yarn :P

Hope you have a great trip!

xoxo

Neuroknitter

I'm in awe of nasturtium and a day at daffodil farm! Gorgeous!!

I say addict away...and really, if K thinks there's a problem he needs to talk to P! Hah! He'll set him straight!! LOL!!

Happy holiday weekend!! :)

Glyn

I think I have a similar problem! (Just ask my hubby =))

I'm sure you'll be surprised by this revelation, Jen, but I LOVE that Nasturtium!!! If you ever get more or have extra, let me know! =) (Daffodil Farm and Muir Pond are nice, too!)

I've also been eyeing the Knitosophy Blossom, but haven't had a chance to acquire it yet (be it because of time or money!)..someday! =)

I've heard a lot about that book series recently, too, and am in the process of getting a copy of The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo soon. Can't wait!

Love your blog design, too! I've missed you and am glad to see you blogging again.

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Rockymoreno

All those colors are just too die for, I love them!

Lorajean

Those yarns are amazing! The first two are my favorite, but all are beautiful. I also loved the post about your road trip. We've done the coast, the whole 101 of oregon. I'd love to head east now. Just beautiful, thanks for taking me along!

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