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March 18, 2012


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  1. Jennifer Lucas says:

    I would make a beautiful purse with this silk ribbon.

  2. I would make a summer headband.

  3. cathy trudell says:

    I would also make a purse with this. This yarn is beautiful and so are the colors.

  4. Lynda says:

    I would make something absolutely so striking it would charm the socks right off your feet…

  5. Ruth Trehal says:

    I plan to make wrap bracelets for the Spring/Summer

  6. Kelly Plummer says:

    I would make crochet bracelets for myself and some close friends.

  7. Lauren Gladden says:

    I would crochet sling bags using different colors of the recycled ribbon!

  8. I would weave a hand bag on my table loom with some reclaimed silk ribbons.

  9. craftink says:

    Maybe a headband! I hove headbands!

  10. Jackie Hannibal says:

    I’d make a headband, or maybe try making my own Desert Trek, see how that turns out with this yarn ;-)

  11. Simone Broersma says:

    I would love to spin it with some beautiful black shetland wool that is so amazingly soft. I would then knit it into a square and add it to the squares, that I am knitting, to eventually make into a patchwork sweater. I am almost half way through knitting the squares. Thank you.

  12. Kim Haney says:

    I love to recycle repurpose t-shirts into scarfs.. I want to stitch the sari up…down…across and back again on the scarfs! It will look beautiful!

  13. Kim Haney says:

    Just thought of something else! I am in an art group and one of our new challenges is to create personal hope / prayer flags (like the Tibetan flags)…this ribbon would be perfect stitched around it!

  14. Mary says:

    Such beautiful stuff!!

  15. Lauren Kuchenbrod says:

    I want to make something awesome and colorful for my little girl!

  16. Victoria M says:

    I would make something for myself. I am worth the beautiful yarn like this. My birthday is in two weeks & this gorgeous yarn would be good for a nice summer purse or a light accent scarf, or even one of those ‘yarn’ necklaces. These colors want you to celebrate yourself!!

  17. Viola Hale says:

    it would be a beautiful accent to my slippers

  18. sharon says:

    I would make a scarf or bag

  19. Heidi says:

    I would make a scarf!!

  20. Lynn Hirshman says:

    I would love to make a tie with this gorgeous ribbon.

  21. txcatgirl says:

    This would make a great drop-stitch scarf to show off the ribbon’s different colors and patterns — nice and light-weight for summer! There’s a pattern in the book “Scarf Syle,” with criss-cross borders and dropped stitches that would be perfect.

  22. Liz says:

    Matching mother-daughter headbands sounds terrific!

  23. Tammi Day says:

    I would make an armband pouch to carry my I.D. and cash, so I could go without my purse when I use my canes.

  24. Sandra Phillips says:

    I would add itto the yoga mat bag I am making!

  25. Mary Carver-Stiehler (Writing as Mary Moriarty says:

    I would make hats or place mats for my step daughter.

  26. Monica says:

    I would use this to trim the edges of a spring/summer bag. Like a fun, colorful fringe!

  27. Carolyn says:

    I have an idea that I haven’t seen made yet, and I am keeping it a secret!

  28. Nikki Taylor says:

    I would weave a pillowcase!

  29. Nancy Hardesty says:

    I’d make a Sunnies case. Your pattern is great!

  30. Carolyn says:

    I would incorporate this gorgeousness into my felt-and-beaded tree. :)

  31. Michelle G says:

    I’d make myself a pair of ugg slippers!!

  32. Cindy says:

    I love yarn! Recycled is a definite plus.

  33. Martha says:

    I have a vintage bracelet from the 50′s that has nuts and seeds on it, I would use these to make a unique necklace!

  34. Carolina T says:

    I’d make an awesome hat with this

  35. I would make a free form scarf that I would give away on my website.

  36. I love to make long scarves with recycled sari silk yarn!

  37. Nancy Pearl says:

    I would use it to weave on my loom, combined with my hand dyed lockspun, and make a gorgeous summer bag!

  38. Candice R says:

    I plan to try some of your free patterns!

  39. diana welte says:

    it would be a toss up between a cool necklace, a nifty pin or a fantastic handbag.

  40. Brittni says:

    Agh! Love!!! I would make some bracelets and maybe a headband for myself ;)

  41. Jessie Nordholm says:

    I would use the yarn to make a scarf!

  42. Lise Glas says:

    This yarn is so pretty! I would let the yarn tell me what to make with it.

  43. Angela says:

    I would love to weave with this yarn

  44. Lisa says:

    I think that I would add a bit to many projects…I can see this in a headband, a hat, a shawl & purse!

  45. Brittany says:

    I’d like to try weaving with it.

  46. Chelsea Wong says:

    I would definitely make an awesome scarf!

  47. Leigh S. says:

    I would make a shrug. I need lots of ribbon to make one my size and this is the only way I could afford to make one for me and I really really want one!!! <3 DGY

  48. Elaine Sumner says:

    I would crochet a purse or some flowers.

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