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Old 06-21-2007, 02:32 PM   #11
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Paton's Grace. 100% merc cotton.
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Old 06-21-2007, 02:49 PM   #12
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oooo thats nice yarn to knit with . Makes great halter tops too .

Look forward to seeing your progress with this.

I see you are on Ravelry...I finaly got my invite and am on there too
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Old 06-23-2007, 01:30 PM   #13
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I think I'm gonna have to get a copy of this now It just looks like a fun book anyway- been wanting it. I love this pattern! I've got Green Gable going right now and want to make Tomato- but this may have to come first!!
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Old 06-23-2007, 01:53 PM   #14
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I think I'm gonna have to get a copy of this now It just looks like a fun book anyway- been wanting it. I love this pattern! I've got Green Gable going right now and want to make Tomato- but this may have to come first!!
There's actually a number of patterns in the book that I really like and could see myself making.

It's written well and has very nice clear photos.
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I finished the sleeves. (Well, as far as I'm going to right now.)

I'll get some pictures taken tonight.
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The episode of Knitty Gritty with the designer was on HGTV this morning and they showed a GORGEOUS shot of this pattern!
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Aww, wish I coulda seen that!
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Oooh, going to have a go at this as soon as I have some money - I love this book, it's perfect for the likes of me (goth knitters woohoo). I wish I could get some of the black needles she has in the pictures.

It's a fantastic book for tips and tricks, too - but will be back to this thread once I have enough money.

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The Paton's Grace is working very well for me and it's not really expensive.
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If that weren't impossible to get in the UK, I'd go for it - going to look tomorrow for substitutable yarns in my LYS, I usually play about with different yarns and stitches and things, but the pattern for this is so pretty I'll leave as is and try and find a suitable sub for the gauge.

Hmm....... argh! I said no more clothes for a while lol.

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