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Pick Your Favorite Look 5

If you’re viewing this blog by RSS feed, you’ll need to click here to cast your vote.    Pick you favorite look from the past 6 days. Day 25: Just Like Is   Day 26: Falling Leaves     Day 27: Good Day     Day 28: Pretty in Pink     Day 29: Vintage Accents     Day 30: In Fine Feather       Free vote poll     Receive our free patterns, tips, trends and articles in
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Pick Your Favorite Look 4

If you’re viewing this blog by RSS feed, you’ll need to click here to cast your vote.    What’s your favorite look? Day 19: Marian the Librarian  

Pick Your Favorite Look 3

If you’re viewing this blog by RSS feed, you’ll need to click here to cast your vote.    Pick you favorite look. Day 13: Jury Duty   Day 14: Indecisive     Day 15: Graceful Changes     Day 16: Free Pattern Day!     Day 17: Rainy Day Friday     Day 18: The Homemade Look       Free vote poll     Receive our free patterns, tips, trends and articles in your inbox every week!Plus, get notified
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Pick Your Favorite Look 2

If you’re viewing this blog by RSS feed, you’ll need to click here to cast your vote.    Which is your favorite look from the past few days? Day 7: Business Appropriate   Day 8: Nostalgia     Day 9: Lovely Landon     Day 10: I-Don’t-Wanna-Style-My-Hair-Day     Day 11: Oh, Baby!     Day 12: The First       Free vote poll     Receive our free patterns, tips, trends and articles in your inbox every week!Plus,
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Pick Your Favorite Look

If you’re viewing this blog by RSS feed, you’ll need to click here to cast your vote.  Which is your favorite look? Day 1: Flirty Finesse   Day 2: Comfort First     Day 3: Simply Content     Day 4: A Stroll Down the Row     Day 5: The Go-To Sweater     Day 6: Pattern Play      

To Chart or Not to Chart

I’m writing a pattern and need your help. Do you prefer charts or no charts? I keep going back and forth and am driving myself crazy. Here’s the details; the pattern is a top down raglan. I was charting it because the stitch pattern is lace. The increases worked at the neck and arms are worked in the lace pattern as set. It’s a bit more advanced requiring the knitter to know how to “read” her stitches. So, it could
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