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« on: March 19, 2005 10:15:28 PM »

http://www.knitty.com/ISSUEwinter02/PATTsuki.html

There's also a slightly adapted version in Knit Wit, which is the one I'm going to make. I was at a huuuuuge craft show this weekend and picked up some Cascade 220, which I've never seen at any store before. (I live near Vancouver.) I've made this pattern before, Suki I from knitty.com, with Paton's Classic Wool Merino.

Who else is in? I like the way this pattern is so open to interpretation - I left off one of the stripe repeats last time to make the smaller version and plan to do the same this time, and perhaps work a small 'S' initial in near the bottom (as my name starts with S). I'm not sure if I'll do the fun fur - perhaps I'll work up from the bottom.

(BTW, the colours I chose were 9421 [turquoise], 9456 [mottled blue], and 9430 [forest green].)
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