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Sunday, February 26, 2006

A lovely pattern for a cardi

New things happen every time I post something. This picture just popped up and how fortunate; it's just the one I want.
This is the cardi that the last post is all about. It is comfy to wear and a really good design. The Jo Sharp Silk Road Tweed hangs really well because it is heavy but the Caressa pattern it is intended for looks great too. Posted by Picasa

3 Comments:

  • Your cardigan is beautiful! I love both the color and the pattern. It is very elegant. So many recent patterns are busy or hang at funny angles, etc. Not only is your flattering, but it will not go out of style.
    What is the weather like where you are? I was just wondering because of the sweater. When we went to Australia in 2000 we were in NSW during the month of April. It was colder than I'd imagined Australia to be. Most of us Yanks are under the misconception that it is always equator-hot there year around.

    By Blogger Heide, At 8:40 PM  

  • It was Equator-hot today and it should be Autumn! This is the part of Australia that should have a temperate zone but even though we are an hour out of Melbourne in Victoria, we have much drier conditions and I will do a post on the Garden later...tanks, watering systems etc. I'm trying to grow magnolias. Cheers Gillian
    ps I check you often

    By Blogger ferg, At 11:39 PM  

  • Thanks for surfing by my site.. I see you are a very industrious person:)
    Maybe we can swap a recipe or 2 sometime:)
    cheers!

    By Blogger BlackCrow, At 3:09 AM  

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