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Friday, October 26, 2007

Almost a Front!

Attention Patty who purchased Solace and had trouble with the download: If you'll go to the Solace page (where you found the purchase link) you'll find my Mother's email address there. Drop her an email and she can get you sorted out. Thanks.


I have almost finished with the left front of the wrap cardi from Vogue Holiday 2006. I'm up to the place on the shoulder where I'll do a 3 needle bind off to join the front to the back and then I have to keep working the front band section until it's long enough to reach to center back where I'll graft it together with the front band from the right front. I AM going to get this half finished and the right half cast on this weekend. I really, really am! I keep telling myself that if I can just push through these fronts with all the yarns and all the needles, I'll zip through the sleeves in nothing flat. It's just the pushing through the fronts that's the hard part.

I hope you all have a lovely weekend!



Anonymous Kate-the-enabler said...

I'm a pretty new PLT reader - so if these are the less-than-scintillating entries.....You must be truly extraordinary when you're in what you consider to be top form. I hope that reads the way I meant it to.

Glad you posted the pic of solace yesterday with the ottoman - it gave me a much more concrete idea of the scale of the project. Still think it's seriously beautiful.

Happy day.

9:02 AM  
Anonymous Patty said...


Thank you so much for the information. I have emailed your mother for a duplicate pattern to download of Solace.

9:34 AM  

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