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Ginger Sweater
Pattern Number: 80928AD
Rating: ***
2.7 (based on 3 reviews)
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Ginger Sweater Reviewed by Erin Ingram on 2012-02-12 ****
Real quick project for a sweater. The top part ended up a bit long compared to the lower part. If I revisit this pattern, I would balance that out a bit more, do the medium size and not the large, and use a thinner yarn.

As far as the actual pattern, I found no real issues. I could follow it fine.

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Ginger Sweater Reviewed by betsy on 2011-07-19 **
I had the same problem the other reviewer mentioned. I also, took it apart twice in frustration.I looked at the reviews and will follow her advice before I start again. I wish the correction had been printed before we both started the sweater.

Ginger Sweater Reviewed by Elizabeth Edmunson on 2011-02-15 **
This sweater pattern has errors, which makes me crazy when knitting in the round and you have to unwind a huge portion of something once you realized the pattern is wrong. (Did this twice before realizing I was doing it the way they said and the pattern was wrong not my knitting...) When you are knitting the upper portion of the sweater and you go from round 10 back to round three it creates a rib type of row instead of what the pattern shows, I think you should go back to round 4 instead of 3... It is also really thick for a short sleeve sweater.

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