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So I started using the coned yarn doubled as the main color and making up blocks of color using intarsia techniques and random balls of yarn. Some yarn is lace weight used tripled, some is leftover sock yarn used doubled and some sport weight used single. I am thinking may be solid main colr sleeves and a patterned back using set-in sleeves. I'll post a finished product in a couple months.
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Ah ha, and that "continually having to figure out where it is going" is probably what helps keep the old brain more agile. :-)

Hi Gayle; I only have a few more inches to go on the back. It was fun when it started but now, I'm tired of continually having to figure out where it is going. Needless to say, I probably won't make another of these. Tim


Boy, Tim, your sweater is just grand! The maroon Mississippi River leading up to the chevron points us to ever more fun colors on the other side. When do we get to see the finished sweater?

Thanks for trying this one swallace. Check my last puzzle for a view of the pile. Tim


This is a good way to use up the big pile of small ball leftovers from other projects.

thanks Rose. It has been fun up to now.

I like it, it will go with everything!! Pretty!!

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