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« on: November 27, 2004 06:56:08 PM »

I need some help with this one.  I love the sweater Raspy from Denim People, but not real sure on the rest of the patterns or the fact that they size for shrinkage.  I'm getting tired of buying an entire book for maybe (maybe) 3 patterns.  Right now, Raspy's the only one I could imagine knitting.  I also have to factor in that I'd pretty much have to use the recommended yarn.  Unless they give the finished sizes too...  Is this book worth it? 

Or another question, what do you guys do when only one pattern stands out in an entire book?  I want this sweater, but probably not the book.  Usually, I can get away with a trip to my library.  It's the holidays and I'm starting to feel guilty about spending.  I'd even swap a pattern.  Is that bad?
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