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1  Re: White Lies Designs in Knitting: Discussion and Questions by gymkeiki on: June 03, 2005 11:00:51 AM
Your son is adorable! Us hapa kids, we are great (if I do say so myself).

I'm posting what is possibly the worst picture ever taken of me. I really need to retake a finished Angelina picture...

Even in this first-wear not-stretched-out-yet Angelina picture, you can see that the chest is still a tiny bit loose (even though I am a 34DD and that phrase is not generally part of my vocabulary). Now that it's been worn some and relaxed a little, when I wrap the cardigan around my waist to close it, I'm fastening it almost at what would be its side seam rather than simply off-center.

To solve that problem, I'll make the next one with a narrower and longer body so it's more vertically fitted and less diagonal. As I said in an earlier post, I made that revision on this version, but not dramatically enough.

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