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Amy

OMG you look fine! Great sweater, great photo!

Carole

Yay, you finished it! It looks wonderful. Great photo.

Danielle

Lovely sweater. And I like the photo too :)

Erin

It looks fantastic! I love the color.

PumpkinMama

Julia - that came out so well and is very flattering on you! So you didn't opt to pattern the sleeves after all - I think it looks perfect with the solid sleeves.

trillian42

Beautiful! Gorgeous color, too.

Gale

Great sweater. The colour is wonderful.

Cheryl

I LOVE that sweater! I can't wait to see it in person. And try it on too.

Teresa C

Looks so comfy!

Dava

I believe I pick the patterns I do because subliminally I want to look as fantastic as the model--such is the case with this one. You look fabulous!
Would you consider this a real turtleneck? Or does it fall like a cowl neck?

britt

wow, your knits always look as absolutely fabulous as you. Gorgeous!

julia

Beautiful! and Fast! That color looks lovely on you.

Kathy

Love it. Looks terrific on you!

Jodi

Absolutely beautiful! I like the coppery glow. I'm glad to see that the line where the lace begins is flattering. I'm thinking about knitting one, but I wasn't sure about that aspect.

regina

You and your new sweater both look beautiful! That color just lights you up.

June

Lovely - you and the sweater! Happy Leap Day!

Emily

That is the cutest picture of you ever, except for the embarrassing ones your mom probably used to pull out before your dates.

And the sweater is hot.

Lynn in Tucson

Lovely! That's a great color on you.

Nathania

Beautiful sweater, Julia. Chinatown Apple is one of my favorite colorways from DIC. It makes me happy all over!

Christie

That sweater suits you very well. Great job!

Chris H

Wow! That's beautiful!

elizabeth

It looks great on you! I like the color, too.

claudia

You look beautiful.

Beth S.

That color is *perfect* on you, it really is. You were fortunate to score that dyelot. But I am confused... why is this gorgeous thing called a "jacket" when it's clearly a pullover? ;-)

Re PS, I'll believe it when I see it. ;-) But thanks for the reminder that I should get back to my own PS now that my finger has (mostly) healed!

liz

You look gorgeous. The knitting is almost as pretty!

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