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03/06/2005

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Marguerite

Very pretty. Love the colors.

Chris

Do you have Nicky Epstein's book "knitting on the edge"? Look in there for some wonderful options. i am getting ready to peruse it to change the edging on a poncho.

blogdog

It's stunning, and you should be very pleased! Congratulations! How about a picture of the lovely chevrons up the back -- a close-up, if possible? Love it, love it, love it!

General Ginger

You're both beautiful (you and the sweater)!

wendy

It all makes sense now (had no idea what you were knitting, sweater was too vague). Lovely!

LynnH

You look so beautiful!

Emma.

That really is looking fantastic !
You look lovely - not the least bit wooden.

Rossana

What a fun sweater with a pretty color-scheme!

Jessica

Wow! That is going to be an amazing sweater! Unfortunately I have no sage wisdom about what to do with the sleeves. Can't wait to see it finished! :)

Margene

Looks good! We wondered how and what you were up to.

Karen

Oh very pretty colors! I don't see the woodeness... I think you look happy.

ann

Like the others, I see no woodeness! and the sweater looks great!

Daphne

I gotta admit, you do look like you're holding a Barbie pose there... but the sweater is AWESOME. Your colors are wonderfully balanced. I have to say that if I were knitting it, I wouldn't have managed the color balance, because I'd've seen the green part and just thought, Oh, I'm hopeless, it'll just have a big green stripe and I'll never attempt this again... So fatalistic! Anyway, great job, and you look great even if your arms don't bend. :)

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