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Old 04-08-2014, 06:15 PM   #1
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I finished my 1st hooded sweater! YAY! I hope this works... here is my Rav pag to look at the picture.
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Old 04-08-2014, 08:42 PM   #2
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LOVE the sweater, but the little girl is a bit CUTER!!!!! She did a great job choosing the colors too. Looks like she chose really cute buttons too!!! Great Job!!!!!!!
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What a cute little girl, the sweater is cute on her too. Good job.
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Your daughter looks so adorable. She must be thrilled with the sweater, too. Wonderful work!
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Jeez.... I don't know who to respond to first, thank you all very much.
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Your daughter looks so adorable. She must be thrilled with the sweater, too. Wonderful work!
Thank you. She really is, I'm so happy she likes it as much as she does.
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LOVE the sweater, but the little girl is a bit CUTER!!!!! She did a great job choosing the colors too. Looks like she chose really cute buttons too!!! Great Job!!!!!!!
It took her 40 minutes to pick the buttons I originally pointed out to her after she said she wanted flowers. Ha! :D She LOVES playing with my yarn, she's like a kitten.
God forbid anyone else tell her to her face she's cute, she just gives a Duh look and says "I know, thanks"... That's my dork child.
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It is very cute and because she picked the colors she will love it for a long time, even after she outgrows it. Don't be upset with flaws in your knitting. It is what makes it handmade and great! We all have them even expert knitters. Tell your daughter she has a great eye for color!
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