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Seamless Sweater
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Mar 1, 2012 09:04:19   #
I just finshed this sweater for my daughter. It is one of those patterns that looks great on both men or woman. The name of the pattern is Ridgeway Lite from Cabin Fever. The stitch used to give the sweater texture is a broken rib stitch. The pattern does not have a shoulder seam so the fit looks great no matter what. I used Berroco Vintage yarn and it is very soft to the touch but has great body to it. I love this yarn.

Mar 1, 2012 09:11:51   #
Very nice! Good job! I like the pattern.
Mar 1, 2012 09:17:47   #
Lovely work. The pattern looks interesting.
Mar 1, 2012 09:33:12   #
It's a beautiful sweater.
Mar 2, 2012 05:46:14   #
Very nice work.
Mar 2, 2012 05:48:17   #
Beautiful work and a lovely sweater. I'd like to add that to my "to do" list. Thanks for sharing.
Mar 2, 2012 06:00:50   #
I really like this :D
Mar 2, 2012 06:12:37   #
charliesaunt (a regular here)
A wonderful "all season long" sweater. Looks fantastic and the color is rich. I can see wearing this sweater most days here in the winter as my "go to" sweater.
Mar 2, 2012 06:54:32   #
You did a wonderful job.
Mar 2, 2012 07:06:43   #
Its terriffic and great pattern please could I have the link for this pattern
Mar 2, 2012 07:54:01   #
Very attractive sweater. I am glad to hear that the Berrocco Vintage is soft and holds up well. I have 8 hanks of it and have been trying to decide what to make with it. I am leaning toward a cardigan since I live in Central Florida and it gets warm pretty quick here.
Mar 2, 2012 07:54:44   #
That's a great looking sweater. And you can't get any better than seamless in my book!
Mar 2, 2012 07:58:35   #
Great job! Nice color too!
Mar 2, 2012 08:03:09   #
That is a lovely sweater. I love the design on the front x
Mar 2, 2012 08:50:52   #
Wow! Great job. That is one good looking cozy sweater.
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