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March 12, 2005

Comments

carolyn

I vote choice A. I like the earthier tones of the brown with the leaves on either side of the button bands. It makes more sense to me. Very nice!

froggy

A
both buttons are cool though.

Liz

Hands down A. I'm going with your original instinct. :)

Vicki

Of those I like A best. It looks more natural sorta. And they don't look TOO big :)

beth

Stick with A!!! beautiful, rustic,vintage-PERFECT!

Sara

I like A - the B buttons seem like they're the wrong texture. Can't wait to see a finished picture of the whole thing!

karen mcelroy mason

my vote is "a" also. love the blog... i read it all the time! hope you are doing well. happy easter!

Lauren

I think it depends on what you'll be wearing it with. I think if you're planning on wearing it with jeans, the wooden buttons. My BF says he likes the pearly ones better.

Wendi

Don't think I've commented before, although I read you blog regularly. I'm with everyone else. I like A.

Kristin

I like A.

Kristin

I like A.

Jenny

I think it depends on your disposition - the brown buttons make me think of a wooded forest, and the pearly buttons make me think of a flower garden.

I vote for the brown. ;-) Boy, whichever you pick, it will look great. Another job well done.

Pam

Great sweater and A would be the finishing touch for me.

jody

i'm going to go completely against popular opinion and say B. assuming they're more pearlescent and not so stark white like the pic shows, i like the understated-ness (is that even a word?) of them for this cardi.

Margene

Did you find something else? I think they are both good but A is more casual. Thanks for you lovely note on my blog today! :)

Emily

Little late, but I'll toss a vote in for A. :)

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  • Dale "Gerbera"
    Started 1/25/06
  • Cellini Jacket
    Pattern designed for me at ArtFibers in San Francisco. Using their Cellini yarn, a cotton/synthetic boucle. Started October 2005. Currently on hold until warmer weather.
  • Floral Tree Skirt
    From Melanie Falick's Handknit Holidays, this design is by Michele Rose Orne. Using Manos del Uruguay assorted colors. Started 10/31/05. I missed Christmas '05, now working to finish for Christmas '06

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