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Old 04-17-2008, 04:08 PM   #1
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To frog, or not to frog; that is the question
I'm trying to make the Green Gables, but I think it's too tight around the neck. I'm considering frogging. What do y'all think? The picture's not very good-and you can see that it's actually farther forward than it would sit once the sleeves are in. So do I head for the frog pond, or leave it?
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