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She's looking very lady like there, reclining on the love seat, and wearing a "come hither" expression.Reminds me of a line from a Stevie Ray Vaughn song:"I love my lady, she's long and lean...You mess with her, you'll see a man get mean..."
She's my pride 'n joy;-)
I can finally see the bits of green in the yarn. :-) She looks lovely in this picture, and the lighting really helps show off the colors. You must be so glad to see the light at the end of the tunnel, lol...
Bets, I had no idea that it was this big...kudos to you for sticking with it! It is absolutely gorgeous, the color variations turned out great. Are you going to add fringe?
Hang in there. She's looking great.
Wow It looks so beautiful, I am impressed Bets!! and I admire your perserverence!
She is looking beautiful! And I have quite a bit to catch up on your blog...Finally figured out how to leave a comment - I think...Marta
She's a beauty Bets! Keep on knitting...she is so totally worth it in the end. and dang..everyone who looks at it is impressed...don'tcha just love that part!
Looks gorgeous, Bets! I was surprised by just how big this is - I guess I hadn't really translated the pattern dimensions into a picture - I admire the KALers even MORE :)!
Wow! She is stunning! You can really see the color changes. I am so glad you stuck with it. It's a vision!
The colors are sumptuous! As others have commented, I had no idea of the size. A knitter in my Friday SnB group is working on her second, but she's making it only about 18in wide. Anticipating the fabulous pictures of LE and you.
Am i like the only person to NOT listen or view your crochet video....? wow.
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