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I used to knit when I was a student too... but back then the yarn choices were quite limited. I wish I had online access to scrumptious yarns back then! The KSH looks very soft, I haven't worked with it myself but I've heard that it tends to stick together. Good luck!
Hey there, I order 4 balls of the same color too. Thinking to make the lacy top in the latest Rowan 37. But with much dispointment, i accidently drop a ball somewhere on my home. Guess the bag wasnt secured properly and felt out without me even noticing it. Anyways, god knows who pick it up and might have dump it by now. So heartbreaking.
Oh well,poor you...so what did you make out of the other 3 balls? Anyone who would dump KSH must be an idiot, so I guess it might ends up on someone's drawer. I wish a knitter pick it up, at least it'll be put in good use.Peggy, I think the KSH is great, but it really sucks when I make mistake.
I echo what Peggy's said. Yarn was slim picking when I was a student. You can have acrylic with a touch of wool, acrylic with a touch of cotton or acrylic with yes, even more acrylic. I went to school in a very cold place and in the winter the static from the acrylic made my hair stand up. KSH is lovely but a devil to deal with when you need to unravel.
I knew the KSH is nice and great, but I don't think I will have the chance to have a project with KSH, at least for now, because my hand is easily sweat especially with the hot weather in KL, unless I stay in the air-cond room everytime when I knit with KSH :(Hope can see your project with KSH soon. Happy knitting.
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