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One WIP at one time

Okay, this is not true. I have still three works in progress: the baby blankie, the granny square bag and my shirt. But currently I am focusing just on this pulover. I unravelled it once, because I didn't like the lace panel.
I can't believe, that now it is almost finished. I just have to finish ribbing and ribbing on left arm and the neckline. I don't know how will the yarn behave after blocking, but I hope that it will hold the shape.

I won a giveaway a few weeks ago and I was very happy about it. It is the first giveaway I have ever won! I don't participate in giveaways usually, but I couldn't miss this one. Cheryl and Roland at Handcrafted travellers offered a book by choice. It wasn't easy to pick one from the list, but I think I chosed the best one. The book I received is Knitting pattern essetials from Sally Melville. I love Sally Melville's directions about knitting, because I am having a very similar method when I design crochet or knitting patterns.
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4 comments:

  1. I love the colour of that pullover! And the front panel looks so pretty and soft :)

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  2. The pullover is looking great! Beautiful, Hanni Ana BC

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  3. Wow, this pullover is so pretty! I love the color too!
    Hope you have a good rest of week!
    Hugs from Portugal,

    Ana Love Craft
    www.lovecraft2012.blogspot.com

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  4. Anonymous10/17/2013

    It is looking very lovely so far... your knitting skills are beautiful! Funny, I just had a blog post about WIP's... I think you chose wisely as well... I love Sally Melville's books and actually the one you just picked is the only one I don't have, yet! :D
    I'm your newest follower and really love your blog. Looking forward to many future visits!
    Hugs from your new blogging sister from New Hampshire,
    Beth P

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