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It's a wee bit strappy for modest ole me, but I like the fit and I love the softness. I could imagine doing a couple more o'these.

Pattern: Spring/Summer 2004 Vogue Knitting.
Yarn: 4(ish) skeins Lion-Brand Microspun (color 144). A little splitty, but adequate for pattern.
Gauge: 19st/4in
Needles: 5(US)


Nothing short of stunning! So stunning in fact, I've got to knit one for an upcoming trip to Hawaii and hopefully, with any luck, mine will look as awesome as yours with me in it, too.

Damn, girl. Very cool!


Oooh...just had to comment on your work! That Vogue pattern caught my eye when it first came out, but I think yours looks even better! Very sexy, very fun!

It's a wee bit strappy for modest ole me

Pish-posh, girl - that looks amazing on you. Knitting IS sexy.

Great work! You look fabulous! If you've got it, flaunt it, babe!

Great work! You look fabulous! If you've got it, flaunt it, babe!

I plan to make this top in Microspun. Just wondering, did you keep your row count the same as the pattern and only converted the stitch counts?

I'm itching to get started. :-)

Finally, someone with boobs who looks great in what she knits! lots of the patterns just show skinny women. You're an inspiration to me, and we're the same size, so let me know when you clean out your closet!!

could you possibly provide the pattern? i have heaps of microspun leftover from another project and i'd like to try this gorgeous one out!

Gorgeous! I just dug out my copy of that Vogue knitting and I realized that the reason that pattern never caught my eye before was the loose fit on the model - looks much better as a fitted tank! I'll be doing this one for sure.

I have to look for the pattern. This is my favorite, although like I said I luv em all!

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