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gleek

holy moses that's one long post! but worth it. that sweater has been total drama :) i'm glad to see it's done now.. just the seaming to go!

Karin

You still have the right v to do, yes? Could you just do the reverse of the other side? I don't have the pattern so I can't help--and I hope your friend's safe on his trip.

Veronique

I can't believe all the shit you had to go through to figure out a stupid V neck! Why would they manipulate John's pattern?!
As for the poll: I'd knit for a boyfriend's best friend, but uh, not a sweater. A scarf maybe, or mittens. I think you're crazy (in a good way).
Have fun seaming! (Oooh, I said the S word!).

KnitsNPieces

I loved this post! what a great story. snap a photo when it's all seamed up. Joe is very brave indeed.

carrie m

that's definitely a labor of love. i'm sure he'll really appreciate it, and what a wonderful, caring gesture on your part. i'm sure he'll love it.

melissa

that's so nice! what a wonderful story and he is so brave! i wish him luck.

Austin

You should get a photo of the sweater with Joe wearing it... But when you do, make sure he's in his best George Micheal pose.

(Ladies, He's a dead-ringer for the famed front-man of the 80's musical giant WHAM!)

Austin

You should get a photo of the sweater with Joe wearing it... But when you do, make sure he's in his best George Micheal pose.

(Ladies, He's a dead-ringer for the famed front-man of the 80's musical giant WHAM!)

Mebeth

Sounds like he is totally sweater-worthy! I've been teasing my husband's best friend about making him a pom-pom hat, but there's no way I'd make a whole sweater!

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