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Old 03-22-2005, 10:24 PM   #11
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Old 03-23-2005, 12:24 AM   #12
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Well, I WUV you both! *HUGS*

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Old 03-23-2005, 11:51 PM   #13
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Yikes! I just looked at that pattern from lionbrand for the pullover hoodie....after looking at those pieces to sew together, makes me glad I have been doing the Wonderful Wallaby for my first sweater...there is no sewing at all except for the kitchener stitch over six stitches under each arm! I have decided not to do the hood however, because I will run out of yarn before it would be finished, so it will just have a collar. Besides, the four year old who is getting it doesn't like hoods anyway!

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Love you guys! I had the Lion Brand hoodie half done for DD, but lost the leaflet on which the pattern was printed. Leaflet included the pocket, though. No matter, DD tends to leave stuff in pockets at laundry time. Bad,bad,BAD! So 8 months later, I can pick that project up again. Homespun is soft and fast. I don't mind it. I sold a scarf to a girl in one of my classes and I really like the way it is "fuzzing up" with use. She likes it 'cause it's thick and we freeze our butts off here in our little valley. I think it would make a nice warm, cushy baby blanket that can be washed without trouble.
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