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Old 12-29-2008, 05:08 PM   #1
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This is for an oboe buddy who lives where it is cold. I used THIS pattern, Sirdar Country DK yarn leftover from Jim's Cobblestone Sweater and #4 Options and dpns. It was a quick knit tho I had to frog and reknit in the smaller size.

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Old 12-29-2008, 08:38 PM   #2
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That's awesome. It looks really cozy, and I'm sure your friend will love it. Thanks for linking the pattern too.

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PS Maybe you could knit him an oboe cosy...the poor oboe is probably cold too.
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I love it! I am bookmarking that pattern.
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Very nice. I will have to try that one too. Thanks!!
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Looks great ! I am sure your friend will be nice and warm in it
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Originally Posted by Doublereeder2 View Post
This is for an oboe buddy who lives where it is cold. I used THIS pattern, Sirdar Country DK yarn leftover from Jim's Cobblestone Sweater and #4 Options and dpns. It was a quick knit tho I had to frog and reknit in the smaller size.

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Very nice...(I love doin hats)
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It turned out wonderful!!!
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Your hat turned out Great! The yarn and colour choice works very well with the ribbing!
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Originally Posted by Marria View Post
That's awesome. It looks really cozy, and I'm sure your friend will love it. Thanks for linking the pattern too.

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PS Maybe you could knit him an oboe cosy...the poor oboe is probably cold too.
Thank you everyone I actually did sew myself an oboe cozy for when it is drafty on stage. Maybe he needs one too.
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