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Thanks Alison!

I'd love to know how to do that headband..it's gorgeous! The scarves are pretty too!

Posted by sandra at August 6, 2004 11:43 AM

Great designs! I like the little stripy tee-shirt - I'm a sucker for a contrast edging...

Posted by Anita at August 7, 2004 06:51 AM

i don't want to see any pictures of you modeling the stripped sweater unless you decide to style your hair in the same way.HAHA

Posted by joy at August 7, 2004 11:32 AM

I love that sweater on the front cover. I like the colours that they did it in too, does it say what yarn they used?

And yes, if you make one of the sweaters, you will definately have to model with your hair like that. It is very chic!

Posted by Dani at August 7, 2004 03:15 PM

I adore Japanese magazines, too! The charts and schematics are, in my opinion, among the best out there. The patterns are cute and refreshing, too. A clever knitter could definitely recreate them without speaking the language. Go for it, Froggy!

Posted by Becky at August 9, 2004 06:38 AM

Aaack! I have never seen Japanese knitting mags before! Sooo cute. That sleeveless with the flowers is beautiful.. Can't wait to see some of these being knitted!

And love the color of Alex.

Posted by Carrie at August 9, 2004 08:56 AM

LOL! I can totally relate to the "No space on the carpet" comment! If only I could afford to buy a house and build my own little "knitting studio" in the back....

Posted by Monica at August 9, 2004 02:22 PM

I own that magazine & LOVE it to death :). I'm actually knitting the white St st curling scarf from it. I also plan to do i's scarf ^__^, I like how the ribbing mocks an almost cable look.

Posted by Jen at August 9, 2004 03:55 PM

Oh Froggy I am so coveting your Girly Knit book. I really want to track that one down. If you ever get tired of it you just let me know. Looking forward to seeing your fun projects from this book!

Posted by p1uon at August 11, 2004 03:59 AM

omigosh - I want a Girly Knit of my own! Where can I find one in Southern California - and would it be translated into English?

Posted by cookie doh at September 9, 2004 09:32 PM
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