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Carole

I love the addition of the pink hems. It was snowing here yesterday so I wouldn't assume that it'll be too warm to wear this once it's finished. And then next winter you can just send it to me. mwah!

Rosa

Hello Caro, the jersey is beautiful.I like to know since to beams the neck to me. You have begun the jersey by the neck? I did top down but the neck is not equal, is closed more.
My english is not good, I hope that you understand to me. I take to long time visiting your blog.
Thank you very much.
Rosa Caro Jimenez

mai

it's a gorgeous sweater, and your post is hilarious. i do hope you'll get some wear out of it, though, as frogging the entire sweater does not sound very enjoyable!

Rosa

Oh, no! It is a lovely sweater and the colors are so fantastic together. I've often put off knitting things in an effort to make them when I am a smaller size. Make an effort to wear it a few times before the true spring arrives because in New England, you can get snow in May.

Danielle

You know, if you can't wear it next year b/c you lose weight, that's not such a bad fate! Annoying yes, but not the worst thing that could happen!

2BKnitting

Beautiful sweater. Love the style.

Heather

I also have the same strangulation fears! Love that pink hem even if it was a pita.

kirsty

Your knitting amazes me. That you can willingly pull out so much and do it again amazes me even more. The pink is a great addition, though - it looks lovely!

Wanda

Your story is so funny, after all that's happening. It's great that you are working hard in losing weight. At least if the sweater is too big next winter, it will be nice and roomy, but probably not as large as hubby's sweater, right?

carolyn

and when you get too skinny, you can just seam the sides smaller with your sewing machine... :)

Suzanne (Yarnhog)

I love your expression in that picture! I have had that experience more than once, which is why I now always buy way to much yarn for my projects and invariably have two or more balls left over when I'm done. Next winter, when it's too big, you can rip it again and reknit it. Just think how economical you're being! Three sweaters from four balls of yarn!

finnyknits

Looking hot, Caro! I so totally feel your pain on the NEVERENDING SWEATER KNITTING OBSTACLE thing.

If I hit one more snag in this seamless sweater for Bubba, I'm gonna freakin' snap.

Meanwhile, I'll be excited to see your final fabulous product!

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