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Swirl lots of ways

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 Lynne's Swirl Jacket looks wonderful on her.  See...


This is the classic way to wear it, but here are lots of other cool ways to wear your Swirl Jacket-


you can give it a big deep portrait collar with two wide lapels

or a tall stand-up collar with no lapel at all


or a cool asymmetrical look with a flattering drape at the front.  



 There's even enough collar to wear as a little hood if you're so inclined.  Here's a photo.  This is actually the pattern Lynne knit - it's called Copper Collage

Photo courtesy of Sandra McIver, author Knit, Swirl
 Here's the one Ginni has selected, Shades of Grey.   She's going to use Berroco Flicker in the medium gray with red trim just like the picture.  It will be great on Ginni because she's so tall. 

Photo courtesy of Sandra McIver, author Knit, Swirl

Here are some of the other styles in the book.  I can't decide which one I like best.

Photo courtesy of Sandra McIver, author Knit, Swirl



Photo courtesy of Sandra McIver, author Knit, Swirl



Photo courtesy of Sandra McIver, author Knit, Swirl



Photo courtesy of Sandra McIver, author Knit, Swirl



Photo courtesy of Sandra McIver, author Knit, Swirl



Photo courtesy of Sandra McIver, author Knit, Swirl







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