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Old 07-02-2009, 06:54 PM   #11
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It's just beautiful! I love the colour, and I really love the cables in the front on either side of the button band. And it's nice to see you modeling your creation, too
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Old 07-02-2009, 09:42 PM   #12
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I love this sweater. The color really looks beautiful on you as well. And I love the scarf with it. They make a great pair.
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That is great! Is the yellow tweed the shade you were looking for??
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Just lovely. I do like the pattern starting right from the cast on too.
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Originally Posted by newamy View Post
That is great! Is the yellow tweed the shade you were looking for??
Yes, and it is less "gold" looking in different lighting. Sometimes I look at it and think...this isn't lemon yellow, this is light gold.
Other times, it looks lemon!

Good thing though, the 'donegals' are white and lime-leaf green!
This adds to the overall citrus appeal!

Doesn't this look more lemon-lime-citrus??

Anyway, I'll tell ya this, it is the closest to lemon yellow I've found so far!
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Beautiful work as always
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Absolutely beautiful and it fits you perfectly!!!
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Beautiful work, as usual!
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Absolutely incredible!!! Wow! Your projects always look so professional! I know I've said it before, but I wanna knit like you when I grow up. Gorgeous job!!
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Yay! Its gorgeous, and you are gorgeous in it! Hope it makes you feel as good wearing it as you look in it.

I love that yellow. I normally don't wear the color, but there's just something about this one that I really love.
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