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maryse

nice detail!

finnyknits

WOWIE! That is fance, Caro. What pattern are you using for this man-sweater?

ellie

That's so flawless! Beautiful!

Amy Mac

I can't wait to learn how to do this!

heather

that is a very respectable hemmed cuff indeed. I love the way it looks...more tailored. Nice work Caro!

miss ewe

Well done, you! It looks perfect!

AmyDe

I love that hem - my honey doesn't like ribbing and I'm drafting a sweater with that hemmed cuff as well - it works better over a dress shirt too. Thanks for always keeping me inspired and I LOVE the pink & black socks.

Ruth

That is such a beautifully crisp and tailored look - I must try that.

P-la

Oooh, very nice looking!

meg

that looks fantastic. i can't wait to learn the technique. those colors are great, too.

Kristin

oooo I love the hemmed cuff! How fancy is that!

Julia

I love that main color on he sweater, what yarn are you using? I suppose one day I should make Tom another sweater, the old one is ratty - it was cotton. Also, what pattern are you using? Inquiring minds...you know the drill.

Abbe

Ooh that is sharp. I'm gonna have to try that sometime.

AJ

The cuff looks great! And I agree about how using a larger size needle feels so much bigger than using a small size needle. But it's nice to have something that knits up so much more quick doesn't it? :)

stacey

Love the hem and contrasting inside color! Great job!!!

I feel the same way - I go from my #1 sock needles to #8's or 9's (or even 6's!) and my hands have to get used to them again....

kelp!

Pretty! What yarn are you using?

It is nice to work on a larger-gauge project one in awhile. I have a lacey stole in the works, and when I switched to scarf knitting it was amazing to see so much progress in such little time!

Susan

That's a fine looking cuff. Will the bottom of the sweater have the same hem?

Karma

I'm so loving the knitted hem. So. Much. Can't wait to incorporate that into a project myself, one of these days.

diana

Well, that's just gorgeous!

taniua

woo! love all your great knitting projects- i am inspired-
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