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Re: how much yarn needed to make the fisherman pullover?
Posted by: Alex (IP Logged)
Date: December 19, 2008 04:10PM

You also asked about a suitable yarn. I've noticed recently that the craft stores are carrying more quality blends these days. Our A. C. Moore has several natural/acrylic blends that have very nice hands and would appear to hold up well. They are not cheap, but they are less pricy than some designer blends which can make a sweater a very expensive garment to make. All of the ones I've seen have both weight and yardage on the labels.

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  how much yarn needed to make the fisherman pullover? robbieb 12/18/2008 10:08PM
  Re: how much yarn needed...? craftsman 12/19/2008 09:07AM
  Re: how much yarn needed...? robbieb 12/19/2008 09:15AM
  Re: how much yarn needed to make the fisherman pullover? Alex 12/19/2008 04:10PM

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