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Old 07-26-2011, 06:40 PM   #11
nonny2t
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For a fairly inexpensive yarn, I actually like satin. It will separate if you aren't careful, but it has a great sheen to it and a softness not found in a lot of yarns. I am using it right now to make a lace patterned sweater. To put my two cents in with regards to the pattern, I would make bets you are forgetting your yarn overs. I find when I am knitting a lace pattern if I come up short it is because I forgot my yarn over and if I have too many it is because if the pattern has a psso, I forget to pass the slipped stitch over.
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