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flicka Posted - 11/27/2010 : 11:35:03 AM
I am thinking of buying one of the kits as a Christmas gift to myself. My knitting tends along the traditional, blend-in, matchy-matchy lines and I would like to see how a stunning change of style suits me.

Any advice or ideas? I have not settled on a particular kit and my choice will somewhat depend on what my favorite yarn shop is able to get for me.


ETA, P.S. Here is a link to her kits:
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flicka Posted - 11/29/2010 : 12:07:42 PM
You're right. It's not brain surgery! I'm ordering "Diva" because I love a portrait collar, and because the sleeve is set in, giving a smoother line at the underarm. (I have some Scandinavian sweaters with drop sleeves that have so much fabric bunched up there. I don't have the Viking shoulders to handle that much fabric.)

socks4all Posted - 11/29/2010 : 06:14:17 AM
The patterns that I have seen are well written. Many have both vibrant and muted color combinations. My advice is find one you like and go for it.

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