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« Reply #100 on: August 02, 2007 08:13:14 AM »

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« Reply #101 on: September 19, 2007 04:12:08 PM »

Anyone else get theirs yet ?  There are several things in there that I would make, all in all it's a pretty good issue.  What do you all think ?
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« Reply #102 on: September 19, 2007 05:51:16 PM »

I bought it last week.  It is a beautiful issue,  but I think the cover sweater is done in the wrong yarn for the project.  Love the sweater, hate the yarn. 

Want to make the Sera Lace Top.  Just today, my Elann Callista (dk viscose, cotton, linen) arrived in the mail.  Oh, it's a dark, denimy blue.  It is yarn choice number 2 for me.  The first one I got split a lot, and I think the pattern deserves a little drape, so I went over to elann.com.   They are about the fastest delivery around--great service!!

I spent a lot of time trying to start it on the day I bought the magazine.   I had a hard time getting the first few rounds to match up with the pattern numbers.  It starts at the neck and goes down. BUT I was really tired that day, too.  I am just so happy to find a pattern that will fit my 3X sized body!!  The lace pattern is easy.  I would love to hear if anyone else tries this pattern. 
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« Reply #103 on: April 04, 2009 01:55:15 PM »

I know this is a pretty old topic, but I was just wondering - has anyone else here found the patterns in Interweave to be really, really frustrating?  I'm working on the rib and fan socks in the current (Spring 2009) issue, and I've just been having the worst time, from gauge to row counts to color changes to just figuring out what it is the instructions mean.  I tried the seamed mittens in an earlier edition (I think it was fall) and eventually had to give up.  Granted, two is a really small sample size given how many patterns they print, but I'm a pretty advanced crocheter and I'm surprised at how much trouble I've had.  Anybody else?  Or is it just me?
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