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March 19, 2012



Two down! I'm so excited for you! I have a couple of UFOs that I need to take a good, hard look at as well. The yarn works perfectly in this knit, and I agree; a layering sweater like this is a very good thing for air conditioning. Well done, Nova!


I am a little skeptical about short-sleeve wool sweaters... but I'll think about it some more. :) You did a lovely job. Being too small for a sweater in progress is one of the best reasons to rip out!


OMG I love that we both just posted FOs using the same kind of yarn!! And I bought mine with you standing nearby at Rhinebeck a few years back :)


I love Thea's patterns, and you did a beautiful job with this one! I'm impressed that you were able to "re-purpose" the yarn so nicely.


I really like this sweater, though I suspect I'd still go long sleeved. The color is awesome and I can't believe it's been almost 6 years!


it looks great, dude. :)


The sweater looks fantastic (combine your knitting with Thea's designs and I would expect no less!). I actually love short-sleeved sweaters and wear them all winter. I am constantly pushing up sleeves...not because I'm too warm but apparently because I can't function without doing it. Short-sleeve sweaters solve this problem!

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