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Old 02-07-2009, 09:37 PM   #11
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they both look great!
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Old 02-08-2009, 12:14 AM   #12
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Looks like it was well worth all the work. I think it turned out wonderful!!! Love the top too!
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Old 02-08-2009, 08:07 AM   #13
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Originally Posted by Debkcs View Post
That is a whole lot of embroidery you did, but it looks really good.

Your sweater is good, but I got a good giggle out of imagining it on me.
Thanks! I was giggling too when i wore it. It's chunky and warm. The ladies at my knitting group where i started it said "You should be really thin to wear a sweater like this". And i'm looking at myself (i'm 5"2 and 121 lbs ~hoping Google did the math ok from metric~) and saying "Well, i think i still can get away with that, don't i?"
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Old 02-09-2009, 07:56 AM   #14
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Wow ! I Love the tote . Wonderful work.
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Beautiful work! I love the tote.
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great job, I love the colors and the celtic cabling is great
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Tee Hee! I like that....a 'sidetrip to Bulky Land'!!!

Truly, these are both great projects, as are all of your things! This tote is so cool. I just gotta make one myself. Wouldn't it be great to have a tote like this to go with SYLVI, that coat we're working on?

Yours is super nice with the lining added. I think that will give added stability! Good for you!

Thanks for sharing all the humorous sides to the story!
I needed that! And thanks for the links, too!
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Tee Hee! I like that....a 'sidetrip to Bulky Land'!!!

Truly, these are both great projects, as are all of your things! This tote is so cool. I just gotta make one myself. Wouldn't it be great to have a tote like this to go with SYLVI, that coat we're working on?

Yours is super nice with the lining added. I think that will give added stability! Good for you!

Thanks for sharing all the humorous sides to the story!
I needed that! And thanks for the links, too!
Thank you !
I think it would look great with Sylvi! You can make it in red and do the shadowing of the cables in white to match the coat and make a matching hat in red and white. I think it would be really cool and classy!
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