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Old 06-07-2008, 12:41 PM   #21
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That is really beautiful. The colors in it gorgeous.
Great job as usual.
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Old 06-08-2008, 03:11 PM   #22
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So handsome ArtLady! It reminds me of some of the heavy flannel shirts my DH has worn over the years. Very masculine. The colors look like the depths of a mountain lake and your buttons look like wooden ones, but metal is more practical. What were the other buttons like that you didn't use?
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Soo cute!
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Originally Posted by MerigoldinWA View Post
So handsome ArtLady! It reminds me of some of the heavy flannel shirts my DH has worn over the years. Very masculine. The colors look like the depths of a mountain lake and your buttons look like wooden ones, but metal is more practical. What were the other buttons like that you didn't use?
One set was gold metal, polished/shiny finish...no holes visible from the front. The kind with the metal shank in the back.

The other set was antique gold, with 2 holes visible.

I finished a cabled pullover for him two days ago...it's blocking now...and I used 4 of the antique gold buttons for the shoulder opening. I have to seam the sides and sleeves when it's dry. Should be posting it by Wednesday.
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Old 06-10-2008, 11:05 AM   #25
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So cute! I love those little pockets. I've never seen that yarn before, so thank you for sharing it with us. I really like the color. Did anyone already ask about the pattern?
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THE PATTERN...
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The pattern is a SIRDAR Tiny Tots leaflet #1562.

CLICK HERE to buy the leaflet from yarnmarket!

Glad you like it! The pattern was easy, and error-free! What!? No errors!!?? Yup, no errors! What a nice perk! And how unusual!
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That is the MOST HANDSOME and precious and drop dead gorgeous little boy's baby outfit I've seen! WTG!!! As always, I bow to your knitting skills. Amazing!
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That is the MOST HANDSOME and precious and drop dead gorgeous little boy's baby outfit I've seen! WTG!!! As always, I bow to your knitting skills. Amazing!
Thank you! Thank you!

It is my favorite of the 3 done so far!

This is #1:


This is #2: Silky Wool


This is #3:


This is #4: Silky Tweed!
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Old 06-12-2008, 01:39 PM   #29
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Absolutely awe-inspiring!!! Just picture perfect!!
I love the garter stitch hat.. is that pattern on the page you linked?
I more I knit, the more respect I have for simple garter stitch.. so fluffy for blankets, hats , etc..I would assume you just gage it and knit garter in the round right? then decrease as you normally would..
Thanks for sharing..
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I love them all, but that red one I think is my favorite..
just gorgeous...
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