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Monday, October 08, 2007

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Oh so cute!

How cute! I switched to continental about a year ago and I really like it but I discovered that when doing fair isle I have to throw. Otherwise I can't get my yarn to carry long enough. I'll keep working on it though.

As sweet as the lucky baby who will be wrapped in it. I found this pattern so pleasant. Modern moms appreciate the global influence and the easy dressing of a kimono.
Happy Thanksgiving.

Adorable!! What a lucky girl :)

So sweet! I love Blue Sky Alpaca cotton. It wears pretty well and is soft but sturdy. One of these days, I'll learn continental style. I've heard that once you get the hang of it, you can knit faster.

Wow, weird... I just finished mine - I have not put pix up on my blog yet - I haven't decided whether to use the ribbon for closure or maybe use a couple of buttons???? What do you think? I made it for my neice, Maddox, in a Rozetti Olympia plain wool/acrylic blend... it's lavendar. I'm thinking about doing a larger one matching for my daughter, Taylor Anne. Let me know what you think! I'll post pictures soon hopefully! Em

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