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December 04, 2005

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Nichola

I think they should stay displayed as a work of art!

Amelia

I went there once last year and was amazed at the huge yarn winders they have in the big room behind the curtains. I had to force myself to be very reasonable, it would be easy to spend all of one's money in there. I love your buys and will be watching with interest to see what you do with them.

Carolyn

Oh, I'm sorry not to have prepped you more about Habu. But isn't Purl lovely? And did you make it to Downtown Yarns? BTW, I just borrowed the Once Upon A Tart cookbook from my local library and it's full of the things I like to make: soups, muffins, and tarts. The writing is really evocative of the store itself.

natasha

i am a spinner, and i have the silk/stainless steel thread from habu which i ply with, and it looks amazing. i also have the paper/silk yarn, which i have hanging on a nail in my studio until i figure out what to do with it. i looooove their stuff! but, it is odd and if you aren't a mad maxx-esque knitter, much of their stuff is maybe just...odd and sparse. and expensive.

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