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Monday, March 27, 2006

sneaking in f!

gah, have been in fort lauderdale all last week, for some reason my laptop was having problems connecting to tom's wireless server. i didn't feel like changing the ip address...
so here is f, late to the party ;-)





fern- alice sta*more pattern from stillwater, probably my favorite a.s. book. (every time i think of the book, the band manager's voice from almost famous plays in my head- stiiiillllwwaaaaatttteeeerrrrrrrr!)







vy hebredian yarn in machair,
cardiganized ala junieann. i love it :-)

















of course i forgot to bring st.ciaran with me. luckily i packed the koigu yarn for the sweater from handpaint country.

11 Comments:

Blogger judy said...

I love it too.

8:41 AM  
Anonymous catvon said...

I love it!

12:03 PM  
Blogger Nanette said...

What a beautiful sweater! Stillwater is the only AS book I don't have gosh darn it.

1:54 PM  
Blogger melanie said...

Fern is in my knitting queue. Did you steek it or knit it flat?

4:03 PM  
Anonymous Laurie said...

Beautiful! It really works as a cardigan.

6:47 AM  
Anonymous Karen said...

Your Fern looks great, of course -- as all of your projects do. I've got Fern on the needles, about 3 inches along....

10:30 AM  
Blogger LadyV said...

Fern looks great on you. I have a few A.S. books, but missed out on Stillwater. I know I've said it before...You're amazing! :-)

3:53 PM  
Blogger bzystitchin said...

Love your sweater!

8:33 AM  
Blogger cyndy said...

If I had a sweater like that I think I would wear it all the time...it is so beautiful and fits perfectly...not to mention the color...all of it looks amazing on you..

7:32 AM  
Anonymous Stephanie said...

Vanessa, that's really lovely, the colour is so sophisticated and I adore the little braid around the neck. Stillwater is still one of my favourite books too...I'm seriously partial to "Little Rivers".

10:19 AM  
Anonymous Cassie said...

I will knit fern, and I swear it will be all your fault. Its absolutely gorgeous, and the cardiganization makes it so much more practical. Does it get cold enough in Florida to wear it much?

5:54 AM  

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