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« Reply #30 on: December 12, 2007 04:40:47 AM »

All I have left on this sweater is half a sleeve.  I did the ribbing first because it takes me a hundred years to pick up stitches...and that is only a slight exaggeration!

For some reason I didn't do a great job on this.  My stitches aren't nearly as even as usual.  I am hoping blocking evens things out nicely.

Blocking has always worked for me before when I haven't been too thrilled with my work but, for some reason, I am really doubtful about this one.

Any thoughts/experiences with this particular sweater from you all?
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