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Cindy Palumb, the designer of this exquisite pullover, has done a fantastic job with this design. It’s just lovely, isn’t it?
The pullover is constructed of large-ish motifs which are joined together. The yarn is about a DK weight bamboo-blend, but I may be tempted to use a cotton or cotton-blend instead. You will find that the pattern is written in sizes small through 3X for a full range to fit most anyone.
This pattern was originally published in Crochet! magazine but the publisher has graciously provided it for free on their free pattern website.
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