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  1. SallyHP
    April 13, 2015 @ 9:09 pm

    So cute! Can’t wait to knit for my littles!

  2. JoAnn Clement
    April 6, 2015 @ 11:52 am

    dear girls, your patterns are my favorites! i have made “gramps” for my grandson and granddaughter, love it! i love them all! one thing tho, if I may, my dears most of us cant afford these high prices yarns, beautiful tho they are!, but seriously, 34 dollars for a skein of yarn!
    for a sweater! in a sock yarn no less! that takes forever to knit up! I’ve got to work outside the house and I’m tired when I get home. I’d like to see the result of my knitting quickly! just a suggestion, if I may, could you lean towards more moderately priced worsted weight yarns. I know I cant afford 34$ for a skein of yarn and for most of us middle class, thats just to much money for a baby sweater . I am well aware of the time and effort that goes into hand dying yarn, I’ve done it myself, I’m just saying for the majority of us, thats way too expensive!
    I love your website I love your patterns, please keep em coming! You girls are doing an awesome job! well done! bravo!

    • alexaludeman
      April 7, 2015 @ 9:32 am

      Hi JoAnn – Thanks! Well, we thought this sweater would be a special little number but of course there are TONS of sock yarns out there, at different price points. Sweet Fiber has her Super Sweet sock that isn’t as expensive as the Cashmerino 20. We do have lots of worsted weight sweaters that knit up quite nicely in lots of different worsted weight yarns. Substitutions are always knitters choice! That’s why we list the weight of yarn and the yardage required, to make subbing yarns easy!

  3. knittedblissjc
    April 2, 2015 @ 11:45 am

    oh my gosh, so freaking adorable!! look at those sweetie pies, rocking their fab cardis!