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January 17, 2020



What a hoot! I knitted Arans when I was married, and, to be frank, they are a pain in the neck to get dry after washing. I have never had a tumble dryer so the only way was to let them drip from the washing line, which, in winter was usually being rained or snowed on!

I can live without one!


Is it a hole, in the last picture ?


Yes, I'm pretty sure that's a hole in the chest, as you can also see a raveled bit in the neckband, and there is yet another on one sleeve cuff!

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