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    ah good job girl i am lerning too it is fun
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    Lovely dress and very neat knitting.

    if you like the back better - why don't you turn the dress round, as I think it would look good with the lacing at the front.

    Then you have 2 dresses for the price of one.

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    Cool (and warm, too) dress! I love the back with that enticing red ribbon! Great job Annina!

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    Wow your knitting is fantastic, I love it!
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    Smile

    I learn couple things too it took me some time he heh have to restart feu times but i did it so happy

    http://www.flickr.com/photos/tatykoc...57626975065461

    and this

    http://www.flickr.com/photos/tatykoc...57626975065461

    and this one ^^

    http://www.flickr.com/photos/tatykoc...57626975065461
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    Nicely done



    I love that dress you knitted for the doll. I think you could use this cotton yarn for baby blankets to knit her another dress, but more delicate and smooth.



    Olga

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    Beautiful work! Looks so soft and delicate

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    Very very pretty work- I like the back a lot too!

    Maybe you could add something like that to the chest area? I do so love lacing...

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