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shachan
« on: February 03, 2012 05:21:21 AM »

I had bought some wool 2-3 years back but could not make any sweater (for my 7-year old son) out of it. This year I decided to do it before winter ends and yes, I was successful. Though it required me to use some more wool, since he has grown since I bought it.





I had planned for knitting and crochet combination. Made two strips of crochet in front but got bored of knitting and then crochet and then again knitting process. Finally decided to drop crochet strips on sleeves. Also I was short of some wool, so used fur wool in sleeves to make it his size.


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