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3 Responses to “Sponsor”

  1. Marina April 1, 2016 at 3:59 am #

    I just finished knitting the Friendship Modular Cardigan by designer Anne Edwards Richardson..and I just don’t get how to assemble the Fricken thing..honestly the body is one piece, the collar one piece..plus the sleeves…I don’t get it…does anybody know this piece?
    Please help me ..it’s driving me nuts..
    Thanks Marina

    • LLADYBIRD April 1, 2016 at 7:38 am #

      Hey! I’m not sure about the particular pattern as I’ve never knit it myself, but I’m sure if you emailed the designer or checked out her forums on Ravelry you might be able to get an answer to your dilemma 🙂

  2. Marina April 1, 2016 at 12:50 pm #

    Thank you for your quick response, I was “UP” all night and by 6 am I finally figured
    it out…the instructions left out just one word—–> FOLD sec A to sec B hahahahaaa
    I checked out your projects…WoW you are a very accomplished seamstress & knitter
    —> >^,,^< Very impressed !! where might I find the pattern to the eye peacock sweater? a great piece…

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