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  • Congrats to the winners and all knitters of intarsia! My hat is off to y’all;)

  • Wow I’m in total awe of all projects, especially Stacy’s sweaters! Well done!

  • Thanks for the inspiration. I am absolutely LOVING the Village scarf cushion covers I’m knitting. I see much more intarsia in my future!

  • Totally honored! Thank you for keeping me inspired with the lovely patterns.

  • Love this article. The talent and perseverance is amazing to create such ambitious and beautiful works of art. Thanks for sharing. The sweaters are amazing! I am expecting my Painterly issue in the mail today! YAY!

  • Thank you so much MDK! I am truly honored. Those sweaters though! Just amazing!

  • Lovely, all of you! Well done and BRAVO!

  • OMG these are all so fabulous! And inspiring! Just beautiful.

  • Thanks, MDK! It’s an honor. You and this community inspire me everyday!

  • I’m glad we don’t have to vote for a favorite, because those are all spectacular!

  • The extraordinary creativity of knitters and other crafters constantly astonishes me. If for not other reason than those colors bringing a smile to my face on yet another grey winter day, I applaud you all.

  • Congratulations to the winners. Your knits are all gorgeous! And thanks to Ann and Kay for being such awesome hostesses as always.

  • Good job, everyone! So beautiful!

  • Amazing knitting out there! And Stacy’s sweaters… just wow!

  • Just a big thanks for the Transatlantic Sessions music from last Saturday’s newsletter. It made my knitting time even better!

  • A fabulous celebration of color – thank you, all. Oh, and that word picture: “before we ride off into the shimmering intarsia sunset, with saddle bags full of Felted Tweed and a tangle on our saddlehorn” – I want to see this in an actual picture. C’mon, you graphic artists!

  • Congratulations, Knitters!! Beautiful and inspiring work! I’m working on the Waterfall Cowl & my fingers are itching to get back to it!!

  • So inspiring ! & Bravo Ann & K for the community you bring together!

  • All of the above plus the word “cross-crafter.” Is that in the dictionary? Maybe it will be. (If I ever attempt intarsia my first project might be a trim such as the gray item on the table there under Go Big or Stay Home. Very effective. You guys are sneaky.)