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Topic: Nervous and Obsessed! "Go for Baroque" pattern help?  (Read 1424 times)
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« on: December 24, 2008 01:12:58 PM »

I bought a pattern from Stitch Diva of the Baroque lady's Jacket found in Debbie Stoller's book.  I am  determined to make it because I just think it is too delicious.

It looks really complex, though.

Has anyone else completed this pattern?  If so, are the techniques easy to bring up to speed?

I am an experienced beginner, sort of, and haven't made anything this scrumptious before!

Any tips?
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