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Date: 10/6/10 5:00 PM

The latest from Anthropologie, there are quite a few variations of the simplicity cardi.Anthropologie Sweaters

The infamous wrap cardi pattern

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Date: 10/6/10 6:02 PM

I am making the wrap cardigan now, out of sheer gray wool knit. I like seeing these variations. I wonder how the ruffly ones look on non-skinny people... like me. My fav is the diagonal buttoned "Best of the Bunch".
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Date: 10/6/10 6:16 PM

I hadn't noticed that one, it's nice. I think the ruffles would be ok as long as they drape and don't stand up too much (I'm not skinny either). I think I might get around to sewing up that cardi this year.

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Date: 10/7/10 2:34 AM

This one, of boiled wool with a partial ruffle, could be nice for cooler weather. It would be good to lose some of the big applique flower thing, though. That's a lot of fancy on one little sweater-jacket.
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Date: 10/7/10 10:29 AM

Oh, you are right, the body of "summer's reminder" is really nice. As you suggest it would be even nicer without the "summer's reminder" flowers. Boiled wool. Interesting. I like the flattened ruffles, and boiled wool ones would probably stay exactly that way.

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Date: 10/7/10 10:35 AM

I love the Best of the Bunch one! It's adorable. Anyone seen a pattern like it? Onion has an off kilter coat pattern but not with the bunching at the buttons.

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Date: 10/7/10 11:01 AM

I agree Elona, if they could edit the flower design, it has plenty of potential. I think with my body type, this would be my choice Sea Fan Sweater

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Date: 10/7/10 6:06 PM

This is as close as I can find. Of course it ends at hip and doesn't have that nice flounce. But might be a place to start.

Diagonal close jacket

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Date: 10/12/10 0:30 AM

Just wanted to note that I was at the store today and looked at "Best of the Bunch". Surprisingly soft and stretchy, made from felted wool jersey. Brilliant.
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Date: 10/15/10 4:26 PM

Krissie

Ooooh, love, love this. Do you think the structured pattern would do well on this? I am too much of a beginner on adapting patterns to see how you can add a lot of fabric on the front so it drapes and softly folds like that.

Would love to see a pattern a little closer. Anyone know of one?

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