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Deb Robson and Tussah

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March 07, 2007


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I am so happy to have discovered your blog.
I am really enjoying reading about your sweater finishing and that you are including your planning thoughts and options. Also, all the pictures.
I found you through your Nomad book site because I was looking to see if Priscilla had an email address on it. I have bought the yarn to make her Swedish Heart-Warmer Shawl and was looking for some additional pointers.
No luck, so I pulled out her 'Knitting in the Old Way' and am checking for her tips there.
I have never attempted a faced buttonhole band, so I am so happy to be able to watch how you are doing yours.
Thank you very much for the time you put into your descriptions.


Wow. Your detail is over my head at the moment (deadline brain here, completley fried) but the sheer beauty of this sweater is amazing. I'm looking forward to the final modelling picture. I will ooooh and ahhh. You'll be able to hear me all the way from Kentucky.

Carrie K

Buttonholes are evil! Evil! but wow, evidently there's a lot more thought to be put in the process. Tabs? Hmmm. I will definitely have to bookmark this!

That is one gorgeous sweater.

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