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July 21, 2005



This won't be helpful at all, but I'd make both. Start with the tank for more instant gratification, then the cardi which will be perfect for cooler late summer nights.


Wow, Fruity is beautiful! I love both your project choices, but I'm gonna have to vote for the cardi. It makes sense to me to go for the older yarn, and I love some pink :)


Fruity looks great! Me, I'm inclined to the shell on the right.


Fruity looks GREAT! That edging is so pretty. It has me curious to know what's making it scallop like that.

As for the next project, my vote is for Milano. I think it's a great style for you and the color is different from what you've been using lately.


My vote is for the shell as well. It should be quick, and you can wear it now.


I'm with Liz, start with the shell and then go for the cardigan. You've done plenty of sleeves already this year and the shell would be wearable right away. Then you can work on the cardigan as the weather gets cooler.


I vote for the tank. Beautiful. Plus spice it with my usual voyeurism...I want to see how it comes out.


Since you're moving, but still wanting to knit. I would go with the tank first, so that you can get to wear it this summer and then start on the cardi. That way you can wear the cardi as it begins to get cooler and get some use of it into the fall months. Love the colors for both projects too.

congrats on finishing Fruity. Great top.


i'd go for the shell first - because it is a really nice modern, sleek design, and the cardigan seems a bit heavy for this time of year... (nothing stopping you from doing it a month down the road...) :)


I vote for the tank...it will look terrific in orange. Great color!


Pretty Fruity!
Do the tank!

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  • Dale "Gerbera"
    Started 1/25/06
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    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.
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    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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