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Interesting description!
Near the beginning, it says for beginners, but farther down, it says intermediate!
Can it be found on Ravelry, just to compare notes with others who’ve attempted it? View attachment 1267785
Interestingly on her website the designer say the increases and decreases are for the beholder beginner the rest is for intermediate. ?????
 

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You make a lot of sense.
Ideas from patterns in my Ravelry library:



 

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How very generous of you. Great choices.
 

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I have knit the Iced by Carol Feller. Knit up very quickly and I love the pattern. Unfortunately I used really poor yarn and it's a little too big, but I definitely plan to make it again. Thanks to JJ for posting alternative suggestions which have now further enlarged my Favorites on Ravelry!!!
 
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I have knit the Iced by Carol Feller. Knit up very quickly and I love the pattern. Unfortunately I used really poor yarn and it's a little too big, but I definitely plan to make it again. Thanks to JJ for posting alternative suggestions which have now further enlarged my Favorites on Ravelry!!!
Thank you for the comment, it’s high on my list for next project.
 

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You are so kind thank you.
I have knit the Iced by Carol Feller. Knit up very quickly and I love the pattern. Unfortunately I used really poor yarn and it's a little too big, but I definitely plan to make it again. Thanks to JJ for posting alternative suggestions which have now further enlarged my Favorites on Ravelry!!!
ive learned it’s not worth using economy quality wool. All Your hard work goes to waste. I try to buy good quality at best prices.
 

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You are so kind thank you.

ive learned it’s not worth using economy quality wool. All Your hard work goes to waste. I try to buy good quality at best prices.
I agree! This was one of the first sweaters that I made. I learned a lot and it was a fairly quick project. I have gotten a lot of use from it just wearing it around the house to keep warm! But when I make another, I will pay more attention to the quality of the wool and size the pattern better!
 
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