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April 14, 2004

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Hey, Margene. I have successfully "spit" spliced with Perrier so I don't think there's anything magic in the spit!

Missed you at Stitch 'n Bitch last night. I've finally made gauge for my cardi. I'll definitely use the "spit and splice." I prefer spit, but only because it is readily available wherever I am!

You beat me to it! I was going to explain this technique on my blog, but you did it so well, and with photos. If I play my cards right, the only loose ends I'll have to deal with on my EC will be the cast-on end, the shoulder bind-offs, and the bind-off end. Suuueeet.

Great tip! Thanks for sharing.

Thanks for remind me of the spit splice! How did I forget? Probably because I rarely use a yarn it would work on. Yay! And, yes, we'll have fun tomorrow. Don't you worry. :)

Oh my God! A travelogue with Nancy Bush! I am completely jealous. I'd say she and Ms. Starmore are my two greatest knitting mentors.

I found an interesting article in an old Spin-Off for a dog's paw lace shawl knit out of Nancy Bush's Sheltie's fur. I'll get scans of it for my blog next week.

Oh please come join the TankAlong! We'd love to have you!

Oh BABY, I'll take Nancy Bush over dubbya any day of the week! This just made me cackle. Thank you for your sweet supportive art comments....it really, really HELPS!

Spit splicing works beautifully on Noro Silk Garden. It will be such a pleasure to finish my no-seam sweater, and have no ends to deal with either. It took more spit, and more friction, but I was able to use it on Mission Falls 1824 Superwash wool also.

oooh...Nancy Bush. I am so jealous. Have a fab time and I am looking forward to EC cardi pics. I just love that lavendar.

Wow!! I am a somewhat old dog and that spit splice is a new trick!! thanks for the lesson, I have never seen that before!

That is so cool!!! Thanks for sharing it!

That's a great little tip. I'll have to remember that and try it with my Kureyon tomorrow. I'm just about at the end of a ball.

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