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Still Loving Yellow - and Crochet Too....







Maybe it's the cold weather but  right now it's the combination of yellow and wool that's putting a smile on my face. I want to own all of these - found on Etsy of course. Wishing too I could be so clever as to make them myself. Check out the etsy links below the images to see some master handiwork!



Comments

needing yellow today!! have hit the point of being over winter even tho i'm still enjoying knitting winter stuff.
keep warm :)
SueT said…
Still loving yellow myself decades on...
Erika Lee Sears said…
i m loving yellow too :) especially the mustardy one.
Kylie said…
I totally agree Jo! What is this phenomenon? I have gone yellow crazy too... it must be winter. Great finds :) Kx

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