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April 10, 2007

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Mary

Fabulous work Dawn! The ribbing looks very good - I certainly can't notice any flaring. The idea of knitting buttonholes as an embellishment - only a non-knitter could come up with that!

Deborah

OMG - that is just beautiful Dawn!!

Deb

Nic

It looks fantastic, I am carefully not letting Andy see as I don't want a request.

Hawkesley

Wow, I'm seriously impressed! I agree ... it looks fabulous!

sue

Well Done it looks wonderful :-)
Now I've got itchy fingers to start something colourful ....

Tracy

A real labour of love, gorgeous, a knit to bring a smile to your face. I'd be "borrowing" it if it were me ;)

yvette

It is gorgeous, well done.

francoise

Congratulations on this beautiful FO! I can understand to want a rest with "plain" knitting now... The one you knitted years ago is gorgeous and must have taken ages to make, beautiful colours!

Ingrid

A work of art! Beautiful work! Enjoy choosing your next project - make sure it is for you!

polly

it's stunning. I went and pulled out glorious knits just to have a look at the pattern...then I came to my senses. I don't usually like such bright colours, but the poppies really pop out of the design...iot's just beautiful

polly

it's stunning. I went and pulled out glorious knits just to have a look at the pattern...then I came to my senses. I don't usually like such bright colours, but the poppies really pop out of the design...iot's just beautiful

Jacinta

A true work of art and labour of love, Dawn I am in AWE!!!!!!

Emma.

Totally fabulous ! I really love it. The colours are fantastic. You made such great colour choices, it sings. I also like the way that Chris wears it so naturally and comfortably. It looks really good.
I'm also deeply impressed by your blast from the past.
Not much better than a man who wears your lovingly crafted knitwear. :0)

rachel

stunning yvonne. you do such wonderful work. chris is a lucky man!

~rachel

Bev

Dawn, wow, amazing job. Be very proud of yourself ... we are all very proud of you. I've been following this project since you cast on and I hope you feel it was worth it. Also, pick a few nice easy objects now. I know that after I finished the Turkish Treasure shawl I had some mojo issues. It is really fabulous.

Linda

Its very beautiful. On the topic of armhole bands, I spent many months knitting a 4ply fairisle vest for my husband only to have the armhole bands flare out. I should reknit them, I suppose, but can't face it. I feel irritated every time I see them, though.

PurlyQueen

Wow! It looks so fantastic and certainly worth all that hard work. Bravo!

rachel

dawn... sorry for the slip up! your blog and yvonnes blog are next to each others in my rss feed..... ~!

Carol

Dawn this is stunning and so worth all the hard work. The colours really work together. Well done ... and lucky Chris!

Brigid

It's fantabulous! I wore mine today to the Windy City Knitting Guild's lecture on Rovaniemi mittens (yes, I'm in Chicago!). Had to show my credentials...

Karen

Wow, that is just gorgeous Dawn! You know, the whole time you have been knitting this, I did not realize this was your own pattern. I don't know how I missed that all this time. You are amazing! And I love your husband's taste in hand knits!

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