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February 07, 2006

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Janet

Just lovely! I don't think my sleeve seams will be as perfect as yours. You did a great job on this little sweater.

Jessica

How cute! Do you have an actual baby to bestow this lovely little sweater on or will it just be put away for a rainy day. I've always wanted to try this pattern and the baby surprise jacket but don't have a baby to knit for!

Lolly

That is so lovely! What a perfect little knit.

Kerstin

Oh! I started this one last month and just ripped it out last week. I was using some yarn I had picked up on sale and wasn't enjoying it at all. The pattern is ingenious and sweet. I'm going to give it another try once I find a more appropriate yarn. (I also really like limiting it to three buttons.)

Love the color of yours and it is knit beautifully. Lucky recipient!

Lavonne

Where would I find this pattern? I make a similiar one for my daughter and would like to make another for friends but I lost my pattern.

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