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Labels: Venezia pullover
posted by Liz @ 4:50 PM
OH MY!!!! Even the reenactment made my heart want to stop! I can't wait to see the finished product!
eek! can't wait to see the progress! steeks are so scary. :) it looks gorgeous! :D
You are so brave! I've heard that this is a little scarey in the beginning, but the out come just makes you SO proud of yourself for doing it! Looking forward to see more pictures.
Holy cow, you're brave!
Yay for you!
Good for you! I have been thinking of making a Rogue and now I want to steek it, so I can knit it in the round and then cardiganize it. Did you use the crochet reinforcement method?
Eek is right! But you've done such a beautiful job on this sweater, I know it will turn out perfect!
Eeek indeed! It certainly makes me nervous just looking at those sharp things!
I can't wait to see it! I'm going to use the same chart to knit a v-neck raglan sweater I have brewing in my mind! maymayflwr.typepad.com
I can't wait to see the next post on this sweater! You are a brave lady for taking a pair of scissors to that beautiful piece of knitting.
That is going to look so amazing when you are done! I look forward to seeing it. You are a brave, brave knitter.
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I am a grad student, obsessed with the Revolutions of 1848. I learned to knit when I was about seven and learned to purl when I was about nineteen.
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