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And because I have no real concept of knitting for warmth, along with the fact that I'm more practical than practically anyone I know, I wouldn't even consider knitting a garment with more than one strand of anything or take so much time considering I'd maybe wear it once in six years.
I know I told this story before, but a couple years ago when I had the honor to ask Meg Swansen (Elizabeth Zimmermann's daughter) for permission to outline her mother's EPS System for yoked sweaters in Custom Knits, I remember she wrote back and asked me why I wrote in the narrative that I didn't think short rows wereasdf absolutely necessary to lift the back of the neck. (I like the look of a laid-back boat-neck sort of yoked sweater.)
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