My first slip-over for KAS

My first slip-over is done! Quite fun to make!
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  • Lovely job.
  • Awesome job Donna, you're well ahead of me. I'm still just knitting those squares! One day when I have a little more time I shall endeavour to knit one of these, a hat and possibly a GO-OVER x x x
  • What a wonderful first ever. It is nice and long too, I always hate seeing childrens middles bare in the cold.
  • Thanks for all your great comments! Yes, Jeanne I remembered you said the length was very important so I added about 3 more inches to the bottom of it. This is the first type of garment I have ever made! Without you all I don't know that I could have gotten it done. Anne really was a tremendous help!!
  • It is lovely
  • Another plus of this little charmer is the length of it, it will keep the lucky owner extra warm. Well done!
  • Great work, Donna! I hope it will be the first of many.
  • wonderful!!!
  • I used a #4 yarn + a strand of acrylic chenille yarn. The colors are not as bright on here; it's a bright yellow and light tan chenille yarn. Should be very warm for some children and passed on from one to another for years hopefully. Thanks, Dawn
  • Have you use two tone wool or two differant colour wools good effect.
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