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Old 08-04-2008, 07:36 AM   #1
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FO: A Little Something Sage (new pics w/model p.3)
I made this with Mission Falls 1824 Cotton in a soft, sagey green. It's for my daughter-in-law's b'day in September, but I may break down and give it to her early. Hope it fits! The pattern is Something Red with obvious modifications.
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Old 08-04-2008, 07:56 AM   #2
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Very pretty! I'm off to check the pattern!
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That's beautiful!
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I love it!! Great job
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nice. I like the color and it is sure to be adorable on her
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That is so pretty. Are you an advanced knitter? I would love to try that but, the hardest thing I have done is socks.
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Really pretty, and I love the sage green.

May I ask what size you made? My DIL, a size ten, thinks she's too fat for garments like that.
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Originally Posted by Puddinpop View Post
That is so pretty. Are you an advanced knitter? I would love to try that but, the hardest thing I have done is socks.
I have to tell you I got a chuckle from your question. I am not, by any stretch of the imagination, an advanced knitter! This pattern is really pretty easy. If you can pick up stitches and work yarnovers and M1 increases, you can do this. Socks are definitely harder.
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