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May 16, 2009



I'm one of those people who actually enjoys a good pun, though many think 'good pun' is an oxymoron.
Nice way to use up the Noro leftovers.


Wouldn't that be "clap your tee"? I love the colorway. May have to look into some of that myself.


"I'm a little tee clap, short and stout"-yeah, OK, that's a stretch. The scarf looks great-love the soft colors.


Very nice! The colors work perfectly with that pattern. I figured out I've made four of the dratted things - no more "tis" for me.


Pretty! I'd like to make a scarf size version one of these days.


How about, "To be, or clap-o-tis? That is the question!"


At least you say it correctly. I have heard people pronounce it as clap-o-tis as in laryngitis. Makes is sound like some nasty STD nobody wants. Your scarf is lovely - I must finish mine one day - Noro Kureyon. TTFN.


Its very nice!


I love the bad puns but not as much as I love this colorway!

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