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May 22, 2006


The Bec Half of Glamorouse

Still so slow over here, I'm afraid, but my wool is ordered (I did the Sequoia, Suse!) and I have the very great advantage of reading all about everyone else's progress before I even begin!

And Jeanne - I will endeavour to show my Tardis pantry on the blog shortly, but in case I don't get to it, it is my corner pantry, flanked by kitchen benches and normal cabinets on either side. It has quite narrow double doors at the front (only about 25cm wide each) but extends back over a metre deep. The result is neat and skinny on the outside but incredibly spacious on the inside, hence the Tardis effect!


Thank you for all of your great tips on sewing up. It looks like you are doing a beautiful job. I get this nervous feeling in the pit of my stomach every time I think about finishing this one!


Seams aren't my favorite part, either, but there's something satisfying about doing it just right, so that it looks, well, seamless. You gotta take your gratification where you can find it!


Oh the sweater looks beautiful! I love the heathery purple.
Thanks for the advice on seaming up. It certain looks like you are doing a terrific job.
Can't wait to see the finished sweater!


Thanks so much for those great close-up seaming shots...I love the color! We get Jericho, but not Rosemary and Thyme, maybe next season.

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