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Sarah Smile
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139 Responses

  1. Marty

    Ok, I’m knitting this also (in Classic Elite Wool Bam Boo) and am sooooo excited about how yours turned out. I’m just up to the first buttonhole, and am also knitting in all one piece. Only trick is figuring out where to join yarn (first 2 were at the nonexistent “seam” and the 3rd at the front ribbing).
    Thanks for leading the way! Can’t wait to see what you’re knitting next . . .

  2. lynette

    oh my! it’s perfect on her. i love it. you did an excellent job on this sweater.

  3. Linda

    You did a beautiful job on the sweater, and the color really compliments Sara’s dark hair. This cardigan is definitely on my to-do list.

  4. Kelly

    It is beautiful! I’ve been waiting to see how it would turn out, and how you felt about it…because it’s one that I’d like to knit as well. I was excited about your yarn change, and decided that before I copied I should probably wait to see how it worked. ;-) Clearly, it worked VERY well!

  5. Leslie

    Beautiful…..you should be very proud…the colour…your sister…the fit…all perfection.

  6. Marcie

    So perfect for the spring – and so pretty. I am inspired to knit one as well. Thanks for sharing.

  7. Nell

    It fits her perfectly! Great job. It looks so professionally knit.

  8. Hope

    it looks stunning on her! what a lucky sis.

  9. kris

    absolutely stunning! great work, lolly! the colour is perfect and the cardi looks fantastic on your sister.

  10. Kara

    Stunning. Absolutely stunning.

  11. Carol

    How pretty! You did a great job.

  12. hakucho

    Perfection :)

  13. Diana

    Beautiful! I love the photos of your sister modelling it! Very nice job!

  14. Nadia

    This is sooo beautiful! Great color, great stitchwork – what a wonderful present!

  15. AJ

    Absolutely beautiful. What an awesome gift to receive!

  16. Debby

    What a beautiful sweater! The fit is really perfect.

    I don’t know if you are interested in growing heirloom flowers, but your previous post reminded me of a great company for flower seeds and bulbs, called Select Seeds. Their website is http://www.selectseeds.com and they do not sell genetically modified seeds. Now I’m off to check out the ravelry group that you mentioned, crafty gardeners.

  17. Jennifer

    Beautiful sweater! It looks great on your sister. Love the photos too!

  18. Robin

    Beautiful sweater, Lolly! Such a lovely fit and colour for your sister.

  19. Mrs.Hipp

    You did such a great job on this sweater. What a beautiful gift for your sister! That extra three weeks was well worth it.

  20. Laura

    It’s a gorgeous top and you’ve taken such great pictures of it! I love the textured pattern on the top.

  21. Péitseoga

    oh wow i love it! it’s really pretty, great shape and great colour! i recently discovered that colour for myself too, it only popped up in the shops here last summer, i had resigned to the fact that red just doesn’t suit me but a really light red is actually flattering (I’m pale with blue eyes and freckles and light brown hair)

  22. scoutj

    Gorgeous L!!

  23. Monika

    You did a wonderful job with this sweater! I like the presentation, with all the lovely pictures with your sister.

  24. Heather

    This is gorgeous, you do beautiful work.

  25. Nicole

    Wowy-wow-wow!

  26. Dana

    Seriously Lolly, you could quit your job as an archivist and knit & design full time for some fabulous magazine. Your talent and dedication to learning is awe inspiring!

  27. heather

    turned out really great. I love the color

  28. Sarah

    It could not be more perfect for her. Just couldn’t be. You are fortunate to have each other.

  29. teresa

    This cardigan didn’t stand out to me in the magazine, but now that I’ve seen yours/Sarah’s I’ll have to give it another look!

  30. Karma

    It fits Sarah like a glove. She is lovely and the cardi really does suit her. Well done! You are a wonderful sister for making such a special gift. xoxo

  31. Moni

    adorable!!! I’m going to have to take a second look at that pattern. How do you get all of these projects done? I am in awe :)

  32. Erin

    GORgeous!!

  33. amisha

    lolly, this is absolutely beautiful! you did a lovely job and it looks so good on her… i can just imagine how thrilled she must have been when she put it on. stunning!!
    xo

  34. tiennie

    This turned out so beautiful!! Gorgeous job. Perfect for her!

  35. wia

    A beautiful cardigan. I have just startede with one for my selfe. So it’s fine to be able to se all the details.

  36. Nora

    So, so beautiful!!

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