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Old 01-26-2009, 09:18 AM   #11
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it looks great!
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Old 01-26-2009, 09:43 AM   #12
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Amazing! I think I do well just to read a pattern correctly - much less figure one out by looking at a picture ... BACKWARDS no less! LOL Great job!
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Old 01-26-2009, 11:47 AM   #13
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I think it is really nice . :D
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Old 01-26-2009, 01:43 PM   #14
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I love it! Great colors you used. I like it better than mine!!
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Old 01-27-2009, 04:30 AM   #15
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Oh gosh! I just love this pattern! And you did a wonderful job of assigning the colors to the right places! OH and the buttons!!!!! Just right!!! You should be very very proud of this!

Is there a PDF download for this pattern? I checked Ravelry and it seems like you have to use snail-mail to send away for the pattern!
Ach. Who wants to do that?

I just gotta find a baby to knit for again.....
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Old 01-27-2009, 05:03 AM   #16
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That's one of the cutest BSJ's I've ever seen, and how clever of you to have worked it out for yourself!

The buttons are just too cute, may I ask where you got them?

If you ever do write the pattern, I'd love to have it.

Oh yes, you have to buy the BSJ from School House Press, and shipping is more than the pattern.
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Old 01-27-2009, 06:27 AM   #17
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Originally Posted by Debkcs View Post
That's one of the cutest BSJ's I've ever seen, and how clever of you to have worked it out for yourself!

The buttons are just too cute, may I ask where you got them?

If you ever do write the pattern, I'd love to have it.

Oh yes, you have to buy the BSJ from School House Press, and shipping is more than the pattern.
Ravelry has the pattern available for $3 fee. But I think ya have to mail away for it. I didn't see a pdf download. Shees. This IS 2009 already!

Who does snail mail for patterns anymore? Books, yes. Single patterns? Nope.

Last time I paid $5 for a poncho pattern from a gal on Ebay. The single sheet pattern arrived crumpled in the mail.
I haven't 'mailed away' for a single sheet pattern since.
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Old 01-27-2009, 06:49 AM   #18
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Very cute!
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Originally Posted by Debkcs View Post
That's one of the cutest BSJ's I've ever seen, and how clever of you to have worked it out for yourself!

The buttons are just too cute, may I ask where you got them?

If you ever do write the pattern, I'd love to have it.

Oh yes, you have to buy the BSJ from School House Press, and shipping is more than the pattern.
I got the buttons at Jo Ann Fabrics and Crafts. They're JHB buttons.
I had a 40% off one item coupon and hubby had one for 50% off, from the flyer that I get in the mail. I think you can also print them from their web site.
Jo Ann's runs really good sales on buttons from time to time.

About the pattern:
I live in a not so big city in agricultural America. We have a pretty nice library here. They are a member of an Inter-library Loan System. When my local library doesn't own a book I'll like to borrow, they look to see if another member library has it and, if it's available, they can get for me. Sometimes it takes quite a while.
It's a nice way to preview any book you'd like to add to your personal library. It's also nice if there is only one thing in a book you'd like to make.
The Public Library in your town might have some knitting books (or other books) on their shelves you've never seen or heard of.

I my library. And YES, I do still buy books.
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I just LOVE it.

I have the DVD for BSJ and am embarressed to admit I have not even opened it!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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