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Old 02-26-2012, 09:33 PM   #1
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Fern Garden Stole WIP
Wow, I haven't posted anything here in quite a while. I've knitted a lot of things but haven't been sharing. I haven't even post to my blog. (bad blogger)
Well, here is one of my latest projects the Fern Garden Stole. I'm knitting it for my Mom.
Knit with Fino by Alpaca wit a Twist.
It's going to be a long knit.
PS My new projects are on my Ravelry page.
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Old 02-26-2012, 09:47 PM   #2
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How lovely! Your mom should be very pleased.
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This is going to be beautiful. What a pretty gift for your mom.
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That's really pretty!
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Very pretty! She will love that.
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That is beautiful!! I love the holey, lacy look, but I've found I don't like doing some of the things to make it! Therefore, I really admire people who do this kind of knitting--and enjoy it.
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That's beautiful! Lucky Mom! I'd love to learn to do a really open stitch like that - it looks like it could be the answer to a big problem I have, to come up with a light and lacey short "sleeve" for my old doll and teddy bear clothes I've started working on. I can't have traditional sleeves because of delicate fabric/fur on bear. If I find you on ravelry, is the pattern for this stitch there?
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That's beautiful! Lucky Mom! I'd love to learn to do a really open stitch like that - it looks like it could be the answer to a big problem I have, to come up with a light and lacey short "sleeve" for my old doll and teddy bear clothes I've started working on. I can't have traditional sleeves because of delicate fabric/fur on bear. If I find you on ravelry, is the pattern for this stitch there?
No, the pattern is not a free download. i bought it at one of my LYS. Sorry.
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Lovely. Keep us posted on the progress
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