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Lee Ann

I deeply love that scarf. Thank you for the mini-yarn-review...I was also thinking that Zara might be a good choice, as it is very soft merino but has incredible stitch definition.

I'm also delurking to tell you that your gathering of information on geeky knitting makes me very happy. As the wife of someone who has asked me to design a sweater that looks like the cosmic background, I'm always looking for the kind of inspiration you provide :-)

cathy

I just finished a DNA scarf for my father using carron simply soft on size 4's and got about the same measurements as called for in the original pattern; for those looking for a super cheap option.

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Donna

Beautiful work! Have you figured out a way to keep the scarf from curling in on intself?

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