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Old 03-27-2010, 01:01 PM   #1
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FO toddler pullover and hat
The pattern is from a 1985 Simplicity magazine Our Baby.
I made only minor changes.

The yarn is Caron's SPA, " A silky Soft Bamboo Blend ".
It was really nice to work with, although I had to be careful of splitting because I knit on the loose side.
Thank you Abby and Suzeeq for providing head size help.





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Old 03-27-2010, 01:57 PM   #2
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That is adorable. I love the puppy buttons, by the way.

How does the Caron's spa wash? I've seen it at Michaels & it feels so soft. But haven't used it.
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On the 0-10 cute scale that is definitely a 12+ + + !!!
The buttons are adorable!


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That is adorable. I love the puppy buttons, by the way.

How does the Caron's spa wash? I've seen it at Michaels & it feels so soft. But haven't used it.
Thanks Abby.
I tell ya what. . . I haven't put away the little bit of the yarn that was left,
so I'll knit an ample sample and wash it with the next load of shirts and let you know.


Thank you so much Judy.
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That is a gorgeous sweater set!!
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Love it!!
That is the cutest ever! Beautiful job and those puppy buttons it finish it off perfectly.
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Those are just beautiful! A classic design and yarn choice. The puppy buttons were a great choice.
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So cute! The buttons are really neat too!
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That is an absolutely gorgeous set! I love the pattern. You did a beautiful job ... and the puppy dog buttons are a super cute touch!
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