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Old 01-16-2013, 08:10 AM   #11
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It looks like such a lovely buttercup yellow and the Fisherman's rib is just so sqeezable. Perfect for a new baby sweater, a wonderful gift and of course, beautifully done.
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Old 01-16-2013, 11:15 AM   #12
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Fluffy, buttery, creamy wonderfulness. It's very adorable (and now I'm hungry).

Have you given it to her yet? I'd love to see the delight on her face! Bet she can't wait to put it on her little girl!
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Very pretty. I love the stubby little sleeves. Babies have such short little arms. Well done, beautiful, vibrant yarn and lovely buttons. Such a thoughtful gift.
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Very pretty. I love the stubby little sleeves. Babies have such short little arms. Well done, beautiful, vibrant yarn and lovely buttons. Such a thoughtful gift.
"the stubby little sleeves..." lol!

That's because I drastically shortened them, having knit this hoodie numerous times since 1977! Baby sleeves are always too long if you follow the designer's direction. I hate rolling a cuff three times over to make it knuckle-length!
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Fluffy, buttery, creamy wonderfulness. It's very adorable (and now I'm hungry).

Have you given it to her yet? I'd love to see the delight on her face! Bet she can't wait to put it on her little girl!
Took it to Bible Study last night, but mother and children were absent. I'll bring it again Sunday. If she's not there, I'll get her address and drop it off. She's new at our church, so I'm in the dark about her address, etc.
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