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  • Andrea Miller

    Best (and most timely) thing I have read all day about knitting – dreaming of how one designs a sweater as I am knitting my current one from a pattern, and trust Patty to be a source for inspiration!

    December 02, 2015
  • Barbara

    I love this! I will have to get the magazine. My dilemna now is which sweater is first: Herringbone Cowl or this one!?

    December 02, 2015
  • LOL… Patty. Don’t be so modest. What you lack in sketching skills, (and, actually your sketches are not bad!) you make up for with your amazing designing ability. You’ll always be one of my “go-to girls.” 🙂

    December 04, 2015
    • Thanks Kara. You’re the best!

      December 04, 2015
  • Mary Sigman

    I love this design, with one small difference. I am not a thin person, so I plan to adapt the front to be straight across at the bottom. I hope you do not mind. This design is teaching me some new techniques. Chicken that I am, I started with a sleeve to be sure I could do the twisted rib, and I’m happy to report that it is working out well.

    Thanks SO much for the video on the stretchy cast-on method!!

    January 11, 2016
    • Of course I don’t mind. However, the reverse shirt tail shape is great for creating the illusion of a slimmer line because it covers up the bum in the back and makes our legs look longer. Just play around with the length so that the shortest part of the shirt tail covers what you want to cover and it will look great.

      January 11, 2016

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