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Old 06-18-2008, 10:16 AM   #1
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I am so excited about this lapghan. It was a easy and fun knit. I did not think that in the beginning, I thought it was hard, but looks can be deceiving. You can find my trials and tribulation on my blog. Here is my finished lapghan. I so feel like a knitter now.
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Old 06-18-2008, 11:02 AM   #2
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Wow! That's gorgeous. It certainly doesn't look easy. Great job.
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If I can do it anyone can. The only skilss you need is dpn (or magic loop), knit, yo, k2tog, slip stitch. You got it. Really, I was intimidated for 2 months. I knew I would make it but figured, not now, until I saw the knitalong on here. This was some people first lace project.
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That's amazing!!!
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That looks beautiful. Great job.
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It's beautiful- congratulations, that must have been a lot of work. What yarn did you use?
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Thank you!! Cascade Eco Wool 2 skeins, but you really use 1 and some of the second, depending on which row you stop at.
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Really, really beautiful! That pattern has had me intimidated for quite awhile, I may now have the 'fortitude' to take it on, yours is so pretty!
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You definitely should, I was intimidated too and am kicking myself for wating so long. But no more!! I probably will make many more now.
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