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1  Re: Vote for Reader's Choice Best of Interweave Knits in Knitting: Discussion and Questions by cranberry on: October 17, 2007 10:16:05 AM
oh must think .... i had kinda thought they might have had some suggestions for us!

No, I don't think so. That's why they have the Best of Interweave Knits out. So, they are now giving us the opportunity to make our own votes, I reckon.

I truly think the best Interweave Patterns are those starting around 2000. Knitting patterns (in general) before 1999 were risible: drop shoulders, oversized tunics... yuck.

Oh, some more stuff.

Madli's Shawl Summer 2004 (can't remember the author)



and Brilliant Retro by T. Durham Winter 05


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2  Re: Vote for Reader's Choice Best of Interweave Knits in Knitting: Discussion and Questions by cranberry on: October 17, 2007 09:38:18 AM
I voted for Norah Gaughn's Tweedy Aran Cardigan, Interweave Knits Winter 2001/2002. I couldn't find the original picture, because the magazine is out of print.  Roll Eyes So I've mugged some pictures online. I'm terribly sorry, ladies.



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3  Re: Looking for an updated/fashionable Aran pattern in Knitting: Discussion and Questions by cranberry on: September 19, 2007 07:08:17 AM
Demi by Kim Hargreaves is very fashion forward. I'm thinking of doing it myself.

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4  Re: The Beginner's Top-Down Raglan (patt. incl.)[opt. July-Aug. theme: Cables!] in Knitalongs by cranberry on: July 15, 2007 07:09:56 AM

After much stalling, I finally separated my sleeves (I'm doing a top down cardi, my first).

The yarn is Bergere de France's magic (50/50 wool/acrylic blend) in a nice aubergine colour. I'm doing it on 5,00 mm needles.

If you want to read my notes my blog is http://cranberry-twosticksandanafro.blogspot.com/

ETA: trimmed picture.
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5  Re: Butterfly a-long (Rowan 37) in Knitalongs by cranberry on: October 12, 2006 09:24:03 AM
Hey everyone! I finshed Butterfly a few months ago- for my wedding dress!

I was the most frustrating thing I have ever knit, and it took me months to finish, and I totally screwed up the entire stitch pattern, but it was totally worth it.



My husband made me a color-coded Excel spreadsheet to help me figure out the pattern. He's awesome!




Eeeeh! You look gawgeous. It looks lovely on you!

I really need to attempt this, I really do.
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