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Kathy

That is one spectacular mail drop!

Tonia

WOW! I want mail like that.

Doris

Great mail delivery! I happen to have the exact same kit at home. My family did a cruise of the Baltic Sea last year and I was in Helsinki and bought that kit at the open air market. I also bought yarns to match so that I can make a hat and scarf to go with it. I haven't gotten to it yet, but your post was a great reminder that I should pull it out. I love the link too, as I had never been to her blog. Thanks!

regina

Thank you for this (I think).

claudia

That is extremely pretty.

Juno

I just had a mitten accident.

Jen in CT

Gorgeous! I can't wait to see them knitted. :-)

liz

It looks like it matches the PS sweater as well!

Ruth

*gasp*

Anne

I have a very similar kit that my Mom gace me a few years ago... Time to make that.

S

Oh my. Very pretty. (And it never fails to amuse me when people find Finnish hard to pronounce. Way easier than, say, French, in my extremely biased opinion.)

PumpkinMama

Those are really lovely - you weren't lyin!

Linda D

I still say you should have brought them to spinning for show and tell. *pout*

Liz

Those are so beautiful . I love mittens (thinking I need another pair-don't I?)

Manise

Gorgeous! And will go with your PS too.

Beth S.

Julia, those are FABULOUS. I covet them! Very Poetry in Stitches. They would match my new coat perfectly! ;-)

I clicked on the link, and WOW. Thanks so much for the tip-off! I am going to let Santa know about these. ;-)

Brooke

oooh, so jealous!

Lucia

Beautiful! I love how the leaves on the lower half are almost but not quite symmetrical.

Laurie

Exotic, far flung, organic and beautiful!

Wanda

You really know how to make a girl jealous, eh?!! Beautiful it and I certainly can't blame you for wanting to get started on that kit.

anne

oooh, those sorta look like that sweater you've been knitting and are SO much better than the wristers they showed with it . . . (sorry, names for everything evade me ...)

KarenJoSeattle

What lovely, subntle, nature-infused colors and yarn texture. I really need to break down and knit some mittens.

monkeyspinner

I totally have been wanting some, I too dye with mushrooms and have been dyeing to see her yarn! In the fiber anyhow.

Marcy

Owwwww! I fell down!

Kris

Oh wow. That's quite a mail drop.

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