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Front and back of jacket, sorry I seem to have cut off the collar.

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    Becky-book | | #1

    Love those colors!

    1. rodezzy | | #2

      Thanks, I couldn't seem to buy nothing but brilliant colors last year.  This year I've toned down some, the teal and gold I purchased at the Knitting Expo this year in Aug.  The black and white yarn I purchased last year also, along with red, hot pinks and well you see.

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        Becky-book | | #3

        You have been busy!

  2. fabricholic | | #4

    Great job on your knitted shirts. I haven't done anything that difficult. Keep up the great work and keep posting pics.

    1. rodezzy | | #5

      Thanks to you I can, and they are coats.  There's wool in them there items. (giggle)

      1. fabricholic | | #6

        O.k., I see Senior, giggle to you too.

        Edited 9/20/2007 3:07 pm by fabricholic

  3. solosmocker | | #7

    These are so awesome. You such respect and admiration from me as I have never been able to knit or crochet. I have tried many times but it eludes me. It is wonderful to see the work of those who have mastered it.

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