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08/03/2008

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AnneB

Junie - lovely work as always. I finally found my Duxbury book so will take a look and see if I spot anything different. Hope that one is for you!

AnneB

Junie - I got exactly the same row counts as you did with the increase for bobbles and then the decrease when the bobble is made plus 2 stitches up to row 13 where the extra 2 decrease to 21 stitches again. the pattern just doesn't chart the extra purls but your knit sample looks perfect. Beautiful design isn't it?

Laritza

Thanks for the heads up on the mis-charted pattern. Your knitting is lovely as always. I am set on Flying Geese as my next sweater project. At this point everything is Princess :D Hugs

Pru

Junie, I think you're spot on with your bobble count (16) and additional stitches. I had difficulty with this pattern at first and only found the Designer's Note after the fact - the one about 21 stitches being a suggestion rather than an actual stitch count in the center of the diamond. Your Jaeger Aran is fabulous, the stitch definition much crisper than with the original Simply Shetland Silk and Lambswool which is much "muddier" due to heathering and slubs from the silk. IMHO yours will be the more attractive sweater.

Pru

Junie, I think you're spot on with your bobble count (16) and additional stitches. I had difficulty with this pattern at first and only found the Designer's Note after the fact - the one about 21 stitches being a suggestion rather than an actual stitch count in the center of the diamond. Your Jaeger Aran is fabulous, the stitch definition much crisper than with the original Simply Shetland Silk and Lambswool which is much "muddier" due to heathering and slubs from the silk. IMHO yours will be the more attractive sweater.

mehitabel

Junie, it may be giving you fits, but it's gorgeous! But oh, my... all those bobbles! I hope you've mastered the knitting-back-backwards to make them a little easier!

AnneB

Junie - how is Duxbury coming along? It is such a beautiful pattern and I hope it is working out for you.

Laritza

Dear Junie:
I left something in my blog for you. Please go get it and pass it on.

Mary Ann

this sweater is absolutely beautiful...MA

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