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Crochet Me Please
Tuesday, October 16, 2007

I got a copy of Crochet Me: Designs to Fuel the Crochet Revolution today and I absolutely love it. I'm mesmerized by the Mesmerize Sweater. I've never crocheted a sweater before, but I just might have to give that one a try. The Comfy Cardi is also very pretty. I was looking for a shrug-like sweater to wear to a wedding, but as the wedding is next Saturday, it's a little too late. The A Proper Little Ladyfunny thing about this cute little cardi is that I actually own the dress the model is wearing it with. I got it on sale at Urban Outfitters and wore it to a wedding this June. I paired it with a pink shrug I knit from a Rowan pattern a couple of years ago, but it looks a lot better with the Comfy Cardi. Of course I have no photos of me wearing said dress and sweater since I was the one taking pictures at the wedding.

Maybe I'll try my hand at one of these sweaters after I finish the kitty I'm working on. Kitty is on hold until I get some more fiberfill. I'm going to try to stop at Michael's while I'm out on Long Island tomorrow. Oh how I wish there was a suburban-style craft superstore in Brooklyn!

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posted at 10:52 PM . link . . (6) comments

Hey, Angela
Good to see you posting on AngryKnitter again!
Suburban-style craft store? Maybe not in Brooklyn, but I learned that P&S reopened across the street from its old location. I think it's 355 Broadway.

By Anonymous Anonymous, at 9:06 PM  

OH!!! Thanks for letting me know! I'm going to check it out. I miss that store so much.

By Blogger Unknown, at 10:09 PM  

can u send me the pattern of the mesmerize sweater to sarahcarmona@gmail.com¿? pleaseeee

By Blogger Blogadicta, at 11:44 AM  

I can't do that, it's copyright infringement. You can get the book used for about $13 on Amazon though.

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