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I've definitely had my eye on Isabella.I'm thinking of doing Serrano this summer - offices are always too cold for me, so a lacey sweater like that would come in handy.


Nice choices! I like Isabella a lot. I've seen the sweater from North American Knits in the new magazines -- It definitely caught my eye, though I'd have to be more sure I'd make it before I spent the bucks for the book. It reminds me of the Lotus Blossom Tank from last summer, but the "wrap" v-neck is nicer. So far, no summer knitting plans here, except finishing the winter stuff I've got on the needles. I'm tempted . . .


Great patterns. I have yarn for an Elspeth Lavold basketweave sweater that I want to do soon. I did Green Gable a few months ago and that turned out well. I might to that one again in a different color.


I need to knit some sort of black lacy cardi for at work, so I can wear my extensive tank top wardrobe!


I've never heard of Nashua North American Knits - but I love, love, love that sweater! I might have to go get that pattern.


I have a lot of thoughts on summer knits, but am not sure how many I'll actually get to. I'd like to knit a Fad Classic, and Flair. I'd also like to finally get to Cece.


Bobble Blue is really cute, but I love the sweater in the first picture. Perfect for our hot summers!


My first goal is to finish the pink camisole that I wanted to have for last summer. I like Knitty's Ribena, but I don't know if I'll get to it, as I want to do a French Girl pattern and also a Noni bag, and I am knitting too slow for words lately. I love your choices!!


Isabella definitely caught my eye as well... in fact, I'm already almost done with my first ball of yarn. I figured it was a good way to dive into the world of "sweater knitting" without committing to sleeves... plus, it looks perfect for our TX weather... I mean, you can probably safely wear it 9 months of the year - bonus!That north american knits sweater looks fabulous, but I think I might need more lace experience before I tackle something like that... (adding more lace patterns to my queue...) :)


I love, love, love the surplice lace top, but the pattern plus shipping costs puts it in the "too expensive to afford" basket for me. I will come spy yours. HAve fun with this beautiful, beautiful modèle.

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