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The name says it all!

 

You get 6 great designs for everyone in the family, all utilizing the top-down method. Begin from the top of the sweater and stitch your way to the bottom for a simpler design that does not require separate pieces for sleeves and body. Sizes include women's sweaters sizes small -- 2X, baby sweaters sizes 3 -- 24 months and men's sweaters sizes small -- 2XL.

 

Skill level: Easy to Intermediate

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:woo :woo Congratulations! :woo :woo

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:cheer :cheer CONGRATULATIONS!!!! :cheer :cheer

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Say, is this available at our local Michaels? (Perfect excuse to make the trip)

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Congratulations!!!! Wow! You must be so excited! Love the sweater!

~LeeAnn from Southern Colorado

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Congratulations. I'm so grateful to designers who are helping to keep this craft alive and well.

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Congrats!!! I am going to have to try and get that one. I love that sweater on the front. :)

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Say, is this available at our local Michaels? (Perfect excuse to make the trip)

 

I am sure it will be! I havent seen it yet at my local michael's. But you can get it at annies attic or amazon right now.

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Congrats!!! I am going to have to try and get that one. I love that sweater on the front. :)

 

That is My favorite one too! :) In fact that is the sweater that started it all. I made that for me.. and Had it at Chain Link 2007... DRG saw it and commisioned the rest!

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22905.jpg

 

The name says it all!

 

You get 6 great designs for everyone in the family, all utilizing the top-down method. Begin from the top of the sweater and stitch your way to the bottom for a simpler design that does not require separate pieces for sleeves and body. Sizes include women's sweaters sizes small -- 2X, baby sweaters sizes 3 -- 24 months and men's sweaters sizes small -- 2XL.

 

Skill level: Easy to Intermediate

 

Just what I've been looking for! thank you!

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I tried Amazon, but they are out of stock...

 

Karen, do you get more $$$ if we order it from Annie's Attic or if we order it from you?

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Very nice. I'll have to look for it to buy.

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Congratulations....on my way to see about it now. I've been looking for top down patterns...

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Thank you for doing all that work to

make the patterns and an extra thank you

for including plus sizes.

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I have been drooling over that sweater on the cover, however have a aversion to ordering on line.

Hopefully it will be in a store in my area

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I have been drooling over that sweater on the cover, however have a aversion to ordering on line.

Hopefully it will be in a store in my area

 

 

Keep watching your local stores.

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Thank you for doing all that work to

make the patterns and an extra thank you

for including plus sizes.

 

You are so welcome!!! I truely believe the range for everyone needs to be there!

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That is My favorite one too! :) In fact that is the sweater that started it all. I made that for me.. and Had it at Chain Link 2007... DRG saw it and commisioned the rest!

 

 

 

 

I can see why. It looks fantastic. :) I want one for me. I am going to find it on Amazon. :)

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