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Lovely Lush and Lacy Cardigan

Here's a lovely finished #70 Lush and Lace Cardigan from knitter, Mimi F. She followed the pattern as is, but used a very pretty lilac shade of Debbie Bliss yarn. Great drape and fit!

Pelly_Lush_Lace_Cardi Hi "Katherine, I'm so excited that you like your design! I only knit one, as it's the same sweater in all the photos. Yarn [I used] was Debbie Bliss Alpaca Silk Aran, and somehow I used 10 skeins in lavender.

The pattern was so beautiful, and I really enjoyed knitting it. Only tip would be to pay attention to placement of the front pockets, as mine are slightly askew.

I love your patterns and totally look forward to knitting more of them over the years. Thanks again."-- Mimi F, Oakland, CAPelly_Lush_Lace_Cardi2 Pelly_Lush_Lace_Cardi4

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Absolutely Beautiful!!!!!

rose haman

so beautiful love the way it looks on.the back is so cute

Carol Cutter

How much is the pattern? What kind of yarn do you recommend


Beautiful love everything about it. Wonderful job


Hi Carol, this pattern is available at: http://www.sweaterbabe.com/knitting-patterns/lush-and-lacy-cardigan-knitting-project.htm for $5.50. You'll see information on the yarn on that page. Thanks!

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