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Old 06-30-2008, 08:45 PM   #21
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Great job so far Mason!

The raglan increases look really good, what did you use for them? It doesn't really look like there are holes, which M1 often leaves.
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Old 06-30-2008, 10:48 PM   #22
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You have a very nice looking 'stitch' Mason! Very uniform and even!
Great work! It isn't easy to make a handsome 'stocking stitch'!

Thanks for sharing, and enjoy the air-conditioning in your motel!
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That is a beautiful sweater. You have done such a wonderful job on it. I love the color.
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wow, the stitches are so even and perfect looking. Good job. I love the color, and I bet it's soft.
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How do you like working on a big LONG project??
I've really been enjoying it.
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The raglan increases look really good, what did you use for them? It doesn't really look like there are holes, which M1 often leaves.
I just did a simple KFB for the increases.
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It is looking good. Great colour.
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its totally georgous.

the colour is just yummy.

its going to look fab
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it looks great! can i have it?
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I love that sweater and have been watching your progress. I have a question about that yarn, though. Does it felt? It looks so soft, but I'd be afraid to make a sweater in wool....just in case. I know the yarn says it is hand wash, but does that mean it would felt?

ETA: I guess the reason I'm asking (I'm probably going to sound stupid for asking this) is because....what if you're wearing a 100% wool sweater and it rains or snows? Then you go inside where it's warm or something? Will that cause it to felt or shrink or do anything weird?
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