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1  Re: Eunny Jang's Deep V argyle vest in Knitalongs by princess76 on: September 21, 2006 07:26:24 PM
I'm jumping on this band wagon. 

I've got my yarn, Knitpick's Telemark in Tangelo and Aubergine

I've knit about a half a dozen swatches (I'm really glad I got that extra ball of each color) and the last one is spot on for stitch gauge and a bit off for row gauge after washing and drying.  So now to cast on and knit all that ribbing.
I Love Love Love Love Love those colors!
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2  Re: Built by Wendy patterns in Clothing: Discussion and Questions by princess76 on: July 19, 2006 06:54:10 AM
Just finished the blouse in seersucker. Used the collar from the short sleeved version instead of the tie. The sleeves are a little big, I think next time I'll go one size down. (I'm a 14 up top and a 16 round the middle, so I went with the larger size and took in the bust, shoulda gone smaller and let out the hips)

Love the two part sleeves, esp the puff at the elbow.

The great thing about multi-size patterns is you can cut along the size lines for each corresponding body part.  Simplicity has great instructions on their website of how to alter patterns.  I've done it, and it turned out great. 
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