The Good, the Bad, and the Really, Really Ugly

The Good

They are putting out an organic cotton yarn and a cashmere yarn, and neither of them contain any acrylic. It almost makes up for the Fancy Fur and the Fun Fetti. Almost.

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The Bad

Jiffy. The “Mohair-Look” yarn. (I would call it the “My-Cat-Ate-This-Yarn-And-Then-Puked-It-Back-Up-So-Now-It’s-All-Fuzzy-And-Limp” yarn, but whatever.)And boy, they’ve got a couple colorway gems. I present to you:

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El Paso. See above comment on cat puke.

And…

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Salem. I wonder, when they named this colorway “Salem,” what Salem were they thinking of? The “Kill the witches! Huzzah!” Salem?

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There must be some other Salem. A happier, nicer, more pastel-colored Salem I don’t know about.

And finally…

The Really, Really Ugly

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“A new style of blanket with armholes.” For the love of all that is woolly. All is lost.

Oh Lion Brand, thou art strange.

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2 Comments

  1. AA#1 said,

    January 20, 2007 at 10:17 pm

    I think if you total it out, it ends up negative. Let me see. . .
    The good – 2/2 points for trying
    The bad – 1/2 point a good-ish fibre, deduct two for crap colors
    The really, really ugly – 0/2 for color and style
    Deduct 1 for cheezy name
    Let’s see now. . . 0/6 by my standards. Not quite negative, but still a zero

    Has Miss Elizabeth-BK4K written back yet?

  2. KnitterGrrrrlll said,

    July 14, 2010 at 5:58 pm

    I used that Salem pic for my sixth grade social studies fair project!!!


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