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Topic: EWwwww....wierd bulky sweater - HELP!!!!  (Read 1946 times)
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« Reply #10 on: March 04, 2008 11:46:53 PM »

I... actually like it the way it is. Even if it's not the most flattering, I think it's quite pretty.
« Reply #11 on: March 05, 2008 07:03:52 AM »

I like the sleeves too, I think you need to shape the sweater's bodices with
darts (next time) but don't give up with super bulky yarns, I love it.
« Reply #12 on: March 05, 2008 03:43:14 PM »

OMG, I did the same I made a sweater and it was way too huge and too boxy.  I think the yarn is cursed or something.  I ripped it out and knit something else that I had to rip out!  Then I did make a cute vest with it and it's still waiting to be seamed.  I think I'm afraid to seam it because it'll probably need to be ripped out!   Tongue

Anyway, I say rip it out.  If it hurts too bad because of all the hard work, just put it aside and in a couple of months it won't hurt as bad.   BUT I do like the idea of using the body as a bag, too!
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