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Old 03-31-2014, 11:39 PM   #1
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here is the dress for my granddaughter, that I was asking for help on....when I got to the skirt section, I decided to do the fibonacci sequence for the number of rows..
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Old 04-01-2014, 05:01 AM   #2
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Lovely bright colours, looks fantastic.
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That is wonderful, such great bright colours.
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It's coming along beautifully. I like the idea of the Fibonacci sequence for the stripes, too.
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Wonderful and bright! Definitely cheered me up on this dull and drizzly day in Michigan. I like the stripe sequence, that would be a great way of using up left overs too.
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Beautiful colors and the dress is turning out gorgeous!!!!

Since you posted your question I saved the pattern to my favorites; in the hopes I will have a granddaughter in the future!!!!
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It's really sweet. What yarn are you using?
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It's really sweet. What yarn are you using?

Oh, yes please! What yarn are you using and what size needle?
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I am using Aslan Trends Classico Pima Cotton....I bought several skeins of it at Tuesday morning last year. It is a very soft cotton..
I used a size 6 for the bodice and am using size 4 for the skirt section.
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