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Smith

by ysoldateague August 04, 2009 1 min read

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Say hello to Smith and er Little Smith because I’m not feeling so imaginative with the naming.

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They’re both made from the same pattern, the construction of which makes it easy to do a single colour or two and the size is simply varied by changing the yarn weight. Look out for the pattern soon along with some other new stuff – these guys have been keeping me company through rather a lot of pattern writing!

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