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Warming Up

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Posted - 02/08/2003 :  04:31:32 AM  Show Profile Send fuderella a Private Message
Hi Everyone,
Need a quick pattern for a little girl's sweater, any suggestions?
Thank you so much in advance, have to have it ready to go on the 22 of February.

Guardian angel

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Posted - 02/08/2003 :  09:29:14 AM  Show Profile Send fmarrs a Private Message
Have you tried this site? If gives directions for yarns in multiple guages. If you need it rapidly you should probably use a good sized yarn. They also have a list of motifs to put on the front of the sweaters or just use a textured stitch.


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Karen F
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Posted - 02/12/2003 :  09:10:11 AM  Show Profile Send Karen F a Private Message
I am currently using Designs by Judith Kid's Knits.
It is a great versatile leaflet that should be easy to find. It offers a cardi and a pullover with options for sizes 2-16 and a variety of band and neck options. I made the size 8 in a chunky wool for my granddaughter and am making a size 2 for my 9 month old grandaughter in a bulky cotton - Fandango. It offers options for all gauges form DK to Super bulky. They are cute and offer me a place to use my funky vintage button collection. Also has a matching hat.

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