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September 03, 2010


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Gorgeous, and wonderful fit!

I wonder which size the model is wearing, and whether it's my size. I really want my patterns to work without a ton of figuring. I like challenging knitting, but I do enough figuring and fiddling with the rest of my life that I don't want it in my sweaters.

Deborah Robson

Renee, I am almost certain the model is a small. It could work for you. A slight gauge adjustment could make the math from the small work for a variety of neighboring sizes.


Wow, congratulations! that is a gorgeous sweater and after all the mods you needed to do to the sleeves, you should feel fabulous wearing it!!!

Melissa Weaver Dunning

Sometimes the road to a successful sweater is long and twisted - good on you for persevering. It looks great!


OMG, girl! You win the too-stubborn-to-stop award. And the results show you were right to keep fighting until you got it the way you wanted it. I can't believe you were able to take an entire cable out of the sleeves and have them fit, though. Talk about LONG.

Anyway, congrats on a project well done.

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