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    A few yeard ago I knitted Bob an Aaron cardy and had loads of wool left. I came across it a couple of weeks ago sodecided to knit this. I am quite pleased with it. It makes me a bitsad knitting jumpers because every time I knitted myselfone my sister who is in Heaven used to say 'oh you are clever I wish I could knit'. She always ended up with the jumpers because she was so lovely so each time I knit they are really for her!! I hope she likes it!!! Sue xx ps. There is still some wool left!!! I think it multiplies during the night!!!
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    Aww it's lovely!

    I have scarves, socks, teddies all half knitted and each one intended as a present for my mum. One day I will finish them, but there's know rush now is there
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    • #3
      Lovely Susie
      Sarah

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      • #4
        Originally posted by Louise88 View Post
        Aww it's lovely!

        I have scarves, socks, teddies all half knitted and each one intended as a present for my mum. One day I will finish them, but there's know rush now is there
        Oh Louise, I'm sending you a big hug!! Sue xx
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        • #5
          Beats me how anyone can knit sooo beautifully, I wish I could. I'm sure your sister loves it! Hugs...
          Gail x

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          • #6
            It looks lovely your sister will be proud of you
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            • #7
              Lovely work Susie. I am sure your sister is very proud of you.

              Linda

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              • #8
                half finished knitting projects

                Originally posted by Louise88 View Post
                Aww it's lovely!

                I have scarves, socks, teddies all half knitted and each one intended as a present for my mum. One day I will finish them, but there's know rush now is there
                Well, I have a sweater I knitted for my son when he was six - he just turned 18....

                It's beautiful if i do say so myself, but I got hung up with the sleeves...I counted, I used markers, I measured, I checked and double checked, but somehow I never managed to get two sleeves the same length - and it bugged the heck out of me...there are still four sleeves (not attached, heh) in the bag with the body of the sweater - none of them are the same length...just about half an inch to an inch difference...maybe I will one day get it finished and I can give it to my grandson!!

                I think I will take a look at it tody - maybe now, with all my work at perfecting my mistake making, I can remedy this situation and get two of the sleeves attached FINALLY. It's a stormy day, so a good day to look at it and maybe work on it. Ahh, but the memory of the frustration...yoiks.

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                • #9
                  lol multiplying wool indeed, sounds interesting . . . .
                  Last edited by Warlax; 11-02-2009, 04:07 PM.
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                  • #10
                    thats a lovely sweater, i love knitting aran.... my favourite ...

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                    • #11
                      Lovely! I love jumpers - so warm and cosy! Can't knit to save myself though, so I get my mum to do it for me
                      "I was inoculated, very early in life, against all forms of magic and elfin whimsy, even when convincingly disguised as literature." Clive James
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                      • #12
                        like that x
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                        • #13
                          That's lovely. I am sure your sister would be proud. I carry on knitting because my nan and my aunt both loved knitting and I feel like I am keeping up the craft for them!
                          Diane
                          Reach for the moon-if you miss-you'll still be amongst stars




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