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Marcia  Cooke

That is really stunning! I love Harrisville....what class did you take?

Manise

Very cool! And love the rationalization!

Kathy

It's gorgeous. And takes up a lot less space than a loom :-)

Laurie

I thnk you did the math perfectly. Don't forget the cost of your time.

What did you learn at the class?

margene

It is amazing! Look at the intricate pattern in each square. That would have taken years, a life time, to learn to do. Good idea to bring it home and wear it now!

Kim

What a pretty scarf! I'm betting either silk or rayon...maybe tencel? Very nicely made!

Lynn

Nothing? You came home with no yarn, no fiber? Have you seen a doctor yet? And you could totally learn how to weave like that within 6 months - now hop to it.

Karen

I've toyed with the idea of learning to weave. Briefly. Then I slap myself. Very pretty scarf!

Ruth

It's always good to run a cost/benefit analysis when faced with what looks at first glance to be "a bit of a price tag".

I think you got a bargain, whatever the price.

maryse

i think you made the right decision

Suzanne

Very pretty. The colors are gorgeous.

Sunflowerfairy

Very pretty. I love handwoven things. You picked a good one.

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