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October 23, 2011


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Agreed. Care to share how you fixed the sweater. I am almost done with second sleeve and the first one clearly needs to be redone at the saddle shaping.

Esther Budd

I totally agree with you. Don't be the first to knit a new pattern. If you require help with your finishing of this UFO, let me know. I'd be happy to share what I did.

Kathy Valdes

I enjoyed reading your post. I would add one other piece of advice: don't be the first person on Ravelry to knit new a pattern. I, unfortunately, was the first person to start this sweater. I did check for errata but there was none, and no other knitters had yet experienced and posted the befuddlement of trying to put the pieces together. I agree, we all make mistakes but not everyone addresses it. Even now I could not find a proper errata sheet for this publication. I was so annoyed I put the sweater down for a year and only now am going to pick it up again and try to make it work.

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    Inspired by the ruffled green shawl worn by HRH Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge shortly after her wedding, this pattern has 4 sizes, 3 version with different stitches and a wonderful suicide ruffle in either mock rib, or stocking stitch. $6.50 USD
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    Single weight 2ply silk vest with 2 strand lace edging. Very drapy and so soft.
    I'll use FSM from Sundara in a similar, but lighter colour that I trimmed the Lotus Cardigan with. Should work out fine, I just have to find the right pattern - needs to have a V neck or low square neck, and I think I'll try top-down construction for this. Never done that before.

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