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Thread: Starry Night

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    Perfect name (as you can see from my avatar). It's a beauty, he will love it....masculine and very tasteful. Well done and thanks so much for sharing with us.

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    Just beautiful!
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    This quilt is so inspiring. Vincent Van Gogh was a wonderful artist We are so lucky to see his work. I love the quilt! I know quilters are knitters too. In the fall 2013 I bought yarn from The Websters company to make a pair of socks in their "Starry Night" Opal yarn. I am wearing them today. With the left over yarn from the skein I made a pair of fingerless gloves and finished them yesterday in time to enjoy using them in the dreary damp, close to snow weather, today. I pair them with Magic Gloves. Do I feel special? You bet! There are additional yarn colors chosen from other paintings by Van Gogh. You can see them here.
    http://yarnatwebsters.com/store/yarn...gogh-yarn.html

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    Thank you for your comments and sharing the site with the beautiful yarns. I imagine it was a delight to see how the gloves and socks turned out. It is wonderful to enjoy the surprises that creative people make with their efforts. Have a wonderful day.
    Quote Originally Posted by mcar View Post
    This quilt is so inspiring. Vincent Van Gogh was a wonderful artist We are so lucky to see his work. I love the quilt! I know quilters are knitters too. In the fall 2013 I bought yarn from The Websters company to make a pair of socks in their "Starry Night" Opal yarn. I am wearing them today. With the left over yarn from the skein I made a pair of fingerless gloves and finished them yesterday in time to enjoy using them in the dreary damp, close to snow weather, today. I pair them with Magic Gloves. Do I feel special? You bet! There are additional yarn colors chosen from other paintings by Van Gogh. You can see them here.
    http://yarnatwebsters.com/store/yarn...gogh-yarn.html
    Murphy1
    For our wonderful Golden Retriever adopted in March of 2010.

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