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This sweater was a written pattern in a book of patterns by Louisa Harding called Miss Bea's Rainy Day. I have about seven of these books that are written like little story books for children. I used to read them to my now 21 year old granddaughter. Yarn is Rowan All Seasons Cotton. The sweater pattern was for a pullover with the same cable pattern on front and back. My cousin wanted a cardigan, so I had to split the cable pattern on the front and add ribbing. I'm pleased with the result.
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This sweater was a written pattern in a book of patterns by Louisa Harding called Miss Bea's Rainy Day. I have about seven of these books that are written like little story books for children. I used to read them to my now 21 year old granddaughter. Yarn is Rowan All Seasons Cotton. The sweater pattern was for a pullover with the same cable pattern on front and back. My cousin wanted a cardigan, so I had to split the cable pattern on the front and add ribbing. I'm pleased with the result. View attachment 1277764 View attachment 1277765
 

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This sweater was a written pattern in a book of patterns by Louisa Harding called Miss Bea's Rainy Day. I have about seven of these books that are written like little story books for children. I used to read them to my now 21 year old granddaughter. Yarn is Rowan All Seasons Cotton. The sweater pattern was for a pullover with the same cable pattern on front and back. My cousin wanted a cardigan, so I had to split the cable pattern on the front and add ribbing. I'm pleased with the result. View attachment 1277764 View attachment 1277765
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This sweater was a written pattern in a book of patterns by Louisa Harding called Miss Bea's Rainy Day. I have about seven of these books that are written like little story books for children. I used to read them to my now 21 year old granddaughter. Yarn is Rowan All Seasons Cotton. The sweater pattern was for a pullover with the same cable pattern on front and back. My cousin wanted a cardigan, so I had to split the cable pattern on the front and add ribbing. I'm pleased with the result. View attachment 1277764 View attachment 1277765
Beautiful!!
 
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