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1  Re: Knit AIMEE with me? in Knitalongs by jessie-in-stitches on: August 11, 2006 02:19:00 PM
oh, my Aimee is coming along quickly --- after a six month hiatus. Better late than never. here's my front and back:

just a couple of sleeves left! I'm so excited - aimee is my first adult sweater. And it's for ME.

The way I finally got through it is thinking like this: Aimee is just lace and stockinette stripes. Lace = single yarn size 7's = one knit row, four rows of "row 2" as written in pattern, one purl row. Stockinette = double yarn size 5's= 6 rows of regular old stockinette. And then I ignored the pattern and followed my chart which you can get here: http://www.jessie-in-stitches.com/AimeeAddendum.pdf  I dunno if my funny looking chart will make it easier for anyone except me, and i'm sure it can be improved. If anyone out there actually uses it, let me know if it helped at all.
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