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Wednesday, July 19, 2006

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I think Sugar and Cream would make a heavy coat rather than a pretty sweater.

What about cotton for babies?
It's thinner and lighter. Or maybe Plymouth's Wildflower DK. They have some pretty colors and it's not expensive...of course I don't know how much you need. But the label says it has 50 gm/137 yds. I think I paid about 3 dollars a skein. But LOL I didn't make a garmet. Rather I doubled it and made washcloths (hahaha) for my bath. They're soft and nice and don't really shrink. Oh wait, I just read the label again..it is 51% cotton, 49% acrylic..that's probably why. I really like your choice of patterns but agree with you about the embellishment

me again...just back from the elann site. WOW wonderful colors and a great price too. I'm tempted to just order one skein so I can touch it *G*

OH I think you can make it. You need to have more confidence in your knitting hon. Have you ever seen Salt Peanuts - this sweater is great http://www.interweave.com/knit/interweave_knits/soc/files/Salt_Peanuts.pdf

I like the Knitpicks Crayon texture! Have you also thought about a cotton blend? My issue with 100% cotton is that the knitted garment can sometimes really stretch out of shape. Just my two cents :)

Turning cartwheels across your blog today...

Ponder that visual..I'll wait.

I like the pattern...muchly.

Turning cartwheels across your blog today...

Ponder that visual..I'll wait.

I like the pattern...muchly.

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