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#811

Thankyou very much!


#812

Ends and hems finally sewn. Very, very happy.


#813

Oh wow!!! That looks fabulous @sabograd😍


#814

Thank you!


#815

Love the colors. Would not have thought to use striping yarn like that with cables but this is beautiful. What yarn?


#816

It looks stunning! Fabulous yarn choice- would never have thought of that. I’m inspired😀


#817

Makes me think of warm embers on a cold winter evening. Beautiful, congratulations!


#818

Thank you so much! I love that description.


#819

Hi
JOJOland melody . Almost a worsted weight. I alternated balls after the yoke to fuse the striping more.
Thanks!


#820

Thankyou very much!!!


#821

Thankyou so much!


#822

Thanks. Just beautiful


#823

February 45th! Baby taken care of so making progress again:

Now, your thoughts. I am considering a second color for SSt or seed stitch “hem”. … Can’t decide…


#824

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#826

Are you talking about the inside of the hem? I thought about it too. I love the idea. I think I would have done it if the hem on mine was wider fitting.


#827

Yes. I may just do a few rows and see how I like it.


#828

Wow! Turned out great!


#829

I’m finally to the ribbing on the bottom of Calligraphy and re-checking the threads about the bind-off I’m not sure what to do. I looked for errata on it since everyone seemed to disagree with the original instructions to end on a WS row, knit 1 row, and bind off purlwise. So there was a discussion about ending on a RS row, knitting 1 row on the WS, then binding off purlwise but then someone said she had an email from Norah saying that the ribbing should be bound off knitwise on a wrong side row so I’m hoping that someone will clarify just what the bind off is for the ribbing. If I don’t get a response I’ll choose one of the two latter rather than what the instructions say since people show that giving you a wavy bottom. Or ssjust look at the last sweater I knit and see what those instructions were. I guess I never thought about the bind off, just followed instructions on the pattern. Thanks for any advice if anyone sees this!


#830

Nanci here again. You can ignore my question about the proper Calligraphy bind off —looks like every sweater pattern I’ve knitted, I’ve bound off in pattern so I will just bind off in 2 x 2 rib pattern, problem solved, smile.