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Paulette Bobroff

I love it. I would never get a tattoo but would love to embarrass my children and graandchildren with this.

amy boogie

I love this. L-o-v-e love.

Jeanne B

I love it. Fantastic idea for the tribal tattoo motif.

Nancy

I love it. I'd probably want to substitute my own fantasy tattoo though...

Katie K

Brilliant!

SunJelly

it's gorgeous! I also love it!

kmkat

What a fabulous idea for a sweater! The yarn colors are lovely.

Jessi

I would love a note if you ever make it available.

Kim

Julia....it's lovely!!! You certainly did Frolic justice. :-)
..sshhhh.....I think I may get a little bee tattoo ;-)

Robyn

I think the sweater is beautiful and so unique. I would love to make it. However, I would like to make it with the "full-sleeve" tattoo for both sleeves. I love how you have different patterns on the sleeves, but I know I would want symmetry. Just like I would never make a crazy quilt. Would I be able to scan the graph and reverse it?

I really admire anyone who is so creative and brave enough to present it to the world. My hat's off to you!

julia fc

Absolutely! And thank so much for such a compliment.
I am sure there would be people who would want only arm bands instead. That's the cool thing about handknitting: it's custom made.

Lynn

Damn. Want. Why can't I knit FASTER?

thea

Beautiful! And I love the curlicue too.

Mary K. in Rockport

What a beautiful, beautiful piece of work. I've never seen anything like it. And ummmm - Woolen Rabbit yarn!

Carole

I love it!

Leslie

This is the first thing I've seen that makes me want to learn intarsia. Lovely sweater!

pumpkinmama

As a fellow Lit major, it never occurred to me that someone might NOT know the reference. I do adore this sweater - a true original idea, executed in a beautiful way.

Adrienne

COOL! I love the sleeve and the arm band especially. I actually have a tattoo where the curlicue is! =)

Linda M

I am definitely in for the Queequeg pattern if you decide to write it up. The sweater is gorgeous and I can see it in an oatmeal or light taupe with ink colored designs. Agree about the reference to being shocked not to know who Queequeg is? Congratulations on a great realization of your vision.

Linda M

Your sweater has taken hold of my brain - here's a sacrilegious thought I just had - I might even do it in a cotton/acrylic blend so that I could get more wear out of it here in the deep south. I love wool but if I actually were to make this sweater I would want to wear it a lot!

Kathy

It's fantastic, Julia!

carolyn

This is beautiful, dude. I love it and would absolutely make one of my own.

Judy

Another beauty, Julia! great idea and execution

Roz

I'd make one. Sell the pattern, please?

Jean

Love it! Love the colors!
I would make one................!
Send me a note when you do.

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