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    Heavy wool jacket

    This jacket was crocheted with 2 strands of sock yarn, in different combinations of 3 different colours (including one variegated yarn, just to make things more interesting.) I hope to add a belt and remove those 2 little temporary clasps.

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    Heavy wool jacket

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    Is this for you? It looks nice. It also looks heavy like you said it was.

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    Yes, it's for me. Kind of large, though. Indeed, it is both heavy & warm. Many thanx for the compliment, J-M.

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    Hi MeToo, I like this sweater and the colors. I bet that took some time to do and it looks like it would be warm.
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    Many thanks, Spoula. This started out as a project to use up a bunch of sock yarn and then, lo and behold - it always happens - I ran out and had to order more. Of course there is now some yarn left over...can't win, can ya.

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    Hi, MeToo! I like the colors of your coat. What a good idea to make it with sock yarn! It looks nice and warm. Did you have a pattern, or make it up yourself? I crocheted a jacket one time with no pattern. It turned out pretty good. Surprised myself!
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