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Hi <<First Name>>

I think starting a new knitting project takes a great leap of faith. The first few inches of a pattern rarely look anything like the finished project and for me there's always that moment of panic that it never will look like the designer's photos. But I don't give in to the urge to stop and, as I keep knitting, the design starts to emerge.

For that reason, when I deciding whether to share a pattern with you, I look at the comments and projects of other knitters, as well as the pattern itself if I can, to make sure that it isn't too confusing or full of errors. If there is some quirk or complexity, I try to put that in the description for you. I hope you find a pattern in this newsletter that makes you want to keep knitting!

Have a great week!
Terry Matz

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