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Old 04-15-2008, 05:19 PM   #1
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WIP: sunkist cardigan
I've started the sunkist a few days ago. Here it is so far --very easy! (similar in construction to the Anthropologie shrug)
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Old 04-15-2008, 06:38 PM   #2
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I've got mine started, too.

It looks great and I LOVE your yarn! What is it?
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Old 04-15-2008, 09:13 PM   #3
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its the Patagonia -- exactly what the pattern called for.
what are you using?? any pics yet?
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I have a few projects ahead of this one but I can't wait to start, either. Did you use the recommended yarn? Keep us updated.

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No pix yet although I have about 5 inches so I'll take some tomorrow.

I am not using the recommended yarn. I'm using some that I already had - Austermann Microlana Fine - it's a discontinued yarn I bought a couple years ago. The beauty of a pattern like this is that you can easily adjust for a different weight yarn. Or relatively easy anyway. She created a pattern with more sizes, but you have to PM her and then she'll email it to you.
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Looking good. I love your choice of yarn.
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Pretty! What yarn is that?
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Very pretty yarn.
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Looking good . Love the colour
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Mmmm, my DIL would look good in that. I'm still casting around (soon to cast on) for her Christmas gift. Everyone gets one hand made thing, either from my DH or I, and then some other things as well. She's 5'10", wears a size 9/10. Life is not fair!
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