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A family of sweaters.

I use many of your yarns, Imagine and Jiffy, Wool-ease -- both regular and sport, Jamie and my absolute favorite, "Homespun"

Using your flyer 23032 07920 2 "Homespun Hodded Knit Sweater", I've made at least 10 sweaters of different sizes. My greatnephew, who was about 4 at the time, put his gift sweater on immediately and wore it with the hood up, throughout a hot August day visit. My two grandsons who resist wearing hats even in the coldest of weather, put the hoods up without protest. Most recently, my 2-year-old granddaughter, Abigail (wearing the pink sweater) caused a sensation at daycare by refusing to take her new sweater off and wore it with hood up all day.

This yarn is durable and doesn't wear out! It is also machine-washable and it dries beautifully. Since most of the young Moms today (at least the ones I know) throw everything in the washer and dryer, it is particularly important to have lovely yarn which can be dried by machine. Most of the more expensive yarns are ruined when put into the dryer. Tat is heartbreaking after you've spend your time and energy knitting a beautiful garmet only to see it ruined in the dryer.

The pictures show my three grandchildren wearing the sweaters. Lavender sweater: Morgan Denise, age 4. Pink sweater: Abigail Ruth, age 2. Blue sweater, Ethan Andrew, 8 months.

The sweater pattern didn't have instructions for the smallest size, but it was very easy to adjust the pattern to make it smaller.

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