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    Monday, February 22, 2010


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    Your calmer stitches are so beautiful. I love the yarn but when I knit with it it always tends to look so sloppy.


    Great neckline and yes, knit the sleeves.
    Cute bag, too.

    Mary Fran

    Oh, the neckline did turn out perfect. And to me, "favorite" means just one. There's no way I could pick just one. I guess I'll treat it as a "like".


    That color blue will looks great paired with brown! :-)


    I was just thinking about a blue/brown scarf, possibly paisley, when you flashed the bag...


    The sweater is looking great!


    The left side of yoyur neckline looks so smooth - I always get alternating large and small stitches when I do SSK. Any hints?


    Beautifully designed. You can still add a tiny iCord edge if you like.


    VERY nice! Love that bag, too.


    Nice neckline. You live in a part of the world where sleeves might come in handy most of the time it's cold enough to wear a vest. Just thought I'd point that out, in case you've forgotten. Also nice bag. That blue and that brown definitely go together!


    It looks like it's going to be lovely -- maybe you just need a little summer tan to wear the color?

    Or a different color underneath - like a tee shirt or collared shirt sticking out of the vee?

    Can't wait to see it!


    I want a Calmer sweater. Blue would be nice. Know where I can get one? Yours is beautiful.


    Does "reblog" mean I can post your entire post at my own site? Are you worried about people 'stealing' your posts that way?

    &-what a beautiful bag!


    Nice job :)

    I hate to bring up dog sweaters, especially as you do such a lovely job already, but have you seen Kristin Nicholas' latest? A dog or lamb sweater! You should go look if for no other reason that the cuteness!

    Cheryl S.

    The sweater looks great!

    I certainly hope "reblog" doesn't mean that we click it when we hate the post and think you should reblog something else entirely. ;-)


    Beautiful job on the sweater!


    What a lovely sweater! I am looking at that delightful blue, imagining touching it and my blood pressure going down as I become... c a l m e r.

    (You are so right about yarn snobbiness btw. Imagine my surprise when I tried Elsebeth Lavold (sp?) Silky Wool. Easy to work with, crisp stitch definition, very nice feel... and enough VM to feed my sheep. All right, I don't have a sheep, and it would be a very small one, but still.)

    Seanna Lea

    Yeah, paisley!

    I have all of the materials to do this huge paisley project from my cross-stitch days. The pattern unsurprisingly enough is called Paisley Square.


    LOVE the sweater. Just in case you need to know, that color looks GREAT on me!

    elizabeth a airhart

    looking really good


    I love how this is turning out... Calmer is such a nice, nice yarn! Thanks for reminding me...

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