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Cover-Up
Pattern Number: 50946
Rating: ****
3.7 (based on 3 reviews)
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Cover-Up Reviewed by sarah hemstreet on 2011-06-20 ****
This was my first knitting project. Very easy and very cool when all done. That said, I am a bigger girl with bigger girl hips and it looks horrid on me.

Cover-Up Reviewed by Stephanie Masters on 2011-04-26 ****
This turned out a lot better than what I thought it would. I found it easier to do use the backward loop cast-on method when working on the slits. Also, instead of a thin fluffy yarn I used thick cotton yarn. It gave it more of a summertime beachwear feel to it. I recommend trying this pattern out.

Cover-Up Reviewed by Jaime on 2008-10-04 ***
The knitting became rather tedious over time since it's just sto (and over and over...). The thin yarn on the thick needles takes a little extra attention too--it's a little awkward to maneuver. That said, imagine my surprise when this large rectangular shape actually turned out like the picture. My advice would be to add a few rows of selvedge at the end for style (you wouldn't even need to increase the number of stitches) and to crochet around the armholes to reinforce them when you're done.

 
 
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