Is it possible radically combine needlework forms – for example to do knitting then crochet then tatting and maybe somehow also add other forms of needlework that involve "knotting" a "yarn" or "thread"? Maybe macrame or lace making of assorted forms? What would it look like? This is one of the more advanced patterns and when completed should be 4 to 6 feet long. I went to Fiber Train in Nampa, ID [http://fibertrainfestival.com/] and saw 3 fibers that would be good here. I am listing them in the longer section. The first, in no order, is Panda Silk from Judy's Novelty Wool. I will add the others as I run across my notes. I spoke with one about adding them here, but not the others, not the event itself. Please be kind to them.
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