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hilaryknits
« on: April 29, 2006 08:45:01 PM »

So I began knitting Sesame from Magknits... http://www.magknits.com/Aug05/sesame.htm     
I checked the guage prior to starting, and i was bang on.  Now that I've finished all the pieces and they're blocking, so i wanted to make sure they were the correct widths, cuz the pieces were looking a little wider than they should be.  It looks like the sweater is going to turn out to be 44" wide instead of 40"!!! Can I take the sweater in while I seam it?  Will this ruin the look of the sweater?  Please help Sad
-hilary
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