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Rainwater Cardigan

If you knew me well, you'd know that me being on my phone is a frequent sight :)  Oh my, I love this cardigan  for my sister.  Based on Ravelry data, this is the fifth time I've knit this particular design from Ann Budd's book Top Down Raglan Sweaters  a must-have book in a well developed knitting library, in my opinion. And yes, I could knit this again and again.  Love it!  When I finished my last sweater - Silverleaf  - my sister was visiting and she tried it on.  She loved it! At that moment, I knew I was going to knit one for her.  I didn't keep it a surprise because I wanted her to choose her own yarn in a color she would like.  Madelinetosh Sock yarn is my go to yarn for this sweater because the superwash wool relaxes the garment to the perfect size. I've sewn in my custom labels from Dutch Label Shop  (I posted about them here )  I forgot to photo!! But there is a hint of the labels in this post . Ravelry notes are here

Dutch Label Shop Review

I'm excited to share with you labels and tags for your 'oh so special' knits that you give to people.  If you are like me, I usually write out the care instructions on a tag and attach it to the gift.  Most of the time I'm writing over and over again 'hand wash cold water, lay flat to dry'.  I remember wishing I had a label for that. Well, my wish came true when the  Dutch Label Shop  asked me to review their various labels and tags.   I created a custom care label on their website easily and now I can stitch one to the inside of all those 100% wool projects. I feel liberated and having a care label gives a finished project a polished look. I also ordered woven labels and hang tags with my blog's name on them.  Their website is simple to use and they processed my order quickly.  There were abundant design choices in fonts and colors to give your labels and tags a personal touch. Dutch Label shop will be offering a discount code to my reade