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February 14, 2006

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kat

It's so cute, Wendy. Perfect for Spring....maybe my next project??!! I love the knitted skirt too - I think it'd look great in a tartan stitch.

Alexa

So cute! Perfect for the warm weather we have plenty of in SoCal.

Shelagh

Aw heck, it's stunning. And to beat the horse - YEAH TGB!!! (In my fantasy life I grow up to design and be a member of The Team.) Question, did you include info to make long sleeves, the way you did for your Essential Stripe? (Did I imagine that you said you might? Probably.)

Scout

Wow! I love it! I just lose steam to quickly on garments. I wish I could love making them. It's purty though!

Wendy

You know, Shelagh, I didn't include long sleeves. I just didn't think it would still have that "jaunty" look. BUT...if people ask for it, I will update the pattern and make the instructions available...

Shelagh

Oh, yes, jaunty look might be lost with long sleeves. I think you're right about that. Of course you are. Thanks for your quick response, AND for visiting my blog to answer my question directly :).

ariane

Cute. Cute. Cute!

And how did I miss that chair, I love it, new?

heather

Love it Wendy! As usual, a super spectacular pattern. Pretty!

Jeanie

Buying it now! Thanks Wendy!

Mary-Kay

Got it! Love it! Hope it will look good on a 45 in. set of twins!

michele

Just bought the pattern! I love it and I've been wanting to knit something I could wear in a business casual environment and still look a little hip. You are awesome...keep the designs coming. I'm off to kpixie to check out the colors of BSky cotton. Thanks again.

Rachel

Wendy!!!!!!!! I love this pattern! This is my favorite
K&T pattern by far - what a success!
Oh and congrats on joining Garter Belt! What fun news to share.

Isela

Wendy, you did it again! I am off spending more money...good thing I promised to be on a yarn diet not pattern diet! Love it, love it, love it!

Kaity

GASP so cute, Wendy!! It turned out awesome. Oh, and you look really cute in the second picture!

Lizbon

Ooh la la, c'est trop chic. Viva quelque chose en rose! (Okay, the literal translation would be en rouge, but it rhymes this way, n'est-ce pas?)

erica b.

absolutely adorable Wendy! Whipping out the credit card now...

Wendy

Lizbon, Si! (well, in these parts, "si,') I guess I could also say "OUI"!

Emy

The red cardi looks fab!

spaazlicious

Rock on, I love the subtlety of the collar.

sarah

Darrrrling! I love that you knit it in BSA cotton, I'm totally loving that yarn right now, it's nummy! This is yet another good one, you're on fire. BTW, I finished my swing coat tonight, I'll be posting photos tomorrow, it came out great and I didn't mess it up, YAY! Thanks a ton for your help and encouragement.

Siow Chin

Wendy! I've got to knit this and in Tomato too. I would like mine with long-sleeves or maybe 3/4 sleeves with long ribbing but guess what, kpxie has only 5 skeins of Tomato left, just enough for the short-sleeve for the smallest size but I ordered that anyway.

June

Looks like another winner, Wendy! Congrats!

And about that skirt from the previous post - a friend test-knits for that company... She said she wouldn't recommend making it. Just FYI.

Kathy

Love it! So perfect for spring.

Carrie

Cute, cute, cute! I love the shape - your designs always rock, Wendy!

michelle

I would love to have different sleeve lengths too! I have already purchased the pattern. Would you send out a revision? Thanks Wendy. I'm lovin' something red!

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