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    • Cheryl Donison

      My next knitting project, Dahlia Cardigan. What do you think?

    • Annie Art

      Ravelry: Dahlia Cardigan pattern by Heather Zoppetti Surprisingly simple although arms seemed to be too tight (almost too low). Made for my mom, must retry for myself and fiddle with the arm/sholder placement.

    • Carol Hull

      Dahlia Cardigan by Heather Zoppetti, from Interweave Knits Fall 2011. This is another I want to make.

    • Outi K

      Great lace sweater. Could actually do this in that particular color, too. Alpacca for next winter?

    • Michelle Skrimpo

      cute sweater with back interest.

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