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I have the sensation that also Grignasco Infinity (http://www.unfilodi.com/shopping-online/page,shop.product_details/flypage,shop.flypage/product_id,113/category_id,8/manufacturer_id,0/) could fit the bill, for the Italian knitters, and also Lana Gatto Feeling (http://www.unfilodi.com/shopping-online/page,shop.product_details/flypage,shop.flypage/product_id,35/category_id,8/manufacturer_id,0/)


You're making me miss Italy! I'll have to try to convince Maurizio to take me to Como when we next visit his family.


I have some Elann Peruvian Highland Silk I'm going to try! http://www.elann.com/productdisp.asp?NAME=elann%2Ecom+Peruvian+Highland+Silk&Season=&Company=&Cat=&ProductType=5&OrderBy=&Count=4


Connie, in case you come by Lombardy we'll fix an extra S'n'B in Milano ;-D By the way, my dad's name is Maurizio.


Thanks, Silvia. I'll be sure to let you know if I make it out there :)

I love the name, Maurizio, but I find it hard to pronounce. It's a little sad that I can't say my husband's name properly! It's the "au" and the "r" that I have trouble with. That's neat that that's your father's name too. It's not so common in the US, but I guess it's moderately common in Italy?


Moderately, yes. Actually it's a late Greek name, several Byzantine emperors had it. In gek it's even harder to pronounce: something like "Mavrikios". A cousing of my dad also goes by that name (no family tradition involved, just coincidence), and a relative of his from Parma can't say it and pronounces "mavrizio" 8-D

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