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Feb 18Liked by Jodie Morgan

Your tee is beautiful and you look stunning in it! It seems like you just started it!

I don’t know who said the quote about the three feet but I love it!

A gansey is also known as a guernsey is a sweater typically worn by fishermen from the islands around Britain and up the coast (I think). They have a unique construction that allows for arms movements , they are textured and some knitted knit their initials on the bottom.

I have been reading Beth Brown Reinsel’s book. The little sample sweater is in my to-do list!!

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Feb 17·edited Feb 17Liked by Jodie Morgan

Your tee turned out absolutely fabulous. The color looks beautiful on you. And I love how you allow some learning and experimentation with every project and the fact that you reflect on it as well. Thank you so much for the support Jodie! I can't wait to see what your choices will be for Low Key Scarf. I hope you find the knit enjoyable.

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Your tee is beautiful and the colour suits you so well.

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Feb 16Liked by Jodie Morgan

A lovely finish. The color is so uplifting, and it looks great on you.

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Feb 16Liked by Jodie Morgan

Your tee looks great - you mention a few things I would love to learn

The reverse stockinette ( I noticed the purl face on your tee and it does put me off making it although I love the final look) so if there is a way around this …

Avoiding P2 tog TBL ( agree that’s tricky ) with magic loop ?

So if you could provide any links to those tricks - that would be great.

Thank you

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Feb 16Liked by Jodie Morgan

Leonardo da Vinci ?!

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Feb 16Liked by Jodie Morgan

Beautiful tee and gorgeous color for you!

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Feb 16Liked by Jodie Morgan

Fabulous tee! 😍

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That tee is so gorgeous - the color and stitch pattern are absolutely beautiful! Looks great on you :)

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Bordeaux does indeed look good on you, and you look so happy wearing it! 🥰 Nope, I typically leave my knit items for a few days/weeks after they’re finished because I’m usually being precious about them. The more items I make, I’m getting less precious and want to enjoy them as soon as possible.

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Feb 18Liked by Jodie Morgan

The tee has turned out lovely! I have been following the progress and am in love with the colour of the yarn. The fit looks great on you!

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