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Monday, December 27, 2004

Suspense


Are you on the edge of your seat?
You should be, I'll wait while you assume the proper position.
...
I might have a FO. I MIGHT but am not sure yet. Does it stay a vest? Do I have enough yarn to make sleeves? If I start the sleeves will I get to the second cap and realize I don't have enough? Should I just enjoy the vest? Should I knit or crochet around the edge to finish it off? If I even leave it as a vest? Do I add ribbing around the edges?

Oh the suspense. **read this while anxiously biting you nails**
Oh the decisions. **read this while holding the back of your wrist to your forehead**

**read all of it as if the author is a touch insane**

It could use a proper wet blocking but I'm far to impatient for that. I wanted to wear it today. Sheesh, can't expect me to wait can you?

I know it's not a particularly fabulous photo, but its the one I have. The colors are more accurate here. Maybe I'll get a modeled shot later.

Now, onto the everlasting husbeast sweater.

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Comments:
your vest is fab. i almost have the back done on mine. i added ribbing up the sides for body hugging, a deeper rib and i was going to devise a neck plan similar to the one you have on this new vest. give me another week or so to finish. thanks for the fresh inspiration, it's perfect, i vote no sleeves.
 
Oh, it looks GREAT! I vote no sleeves, too, since it's replacing another vest. Use the extra yarn for a matching hat and scarf or mittens maybe?
 
I like it. I vote FO! xox Mindof Winter Julia
 
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