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Here are a couple I just finished. I started them a little differently than the pattern. I did a few rows of increases on a straight needle, and then switched to knitting in the round with double points. It was easier for me to handle that way.

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Wow - those are great! How long did each one take?
Oh boy, I don't really keep track of my time. It's probably around 9 or 10 hours each. But that's a wild guess.
Angel,
These are lovely! They look so natural on the tree that way. Good job! --Susan
Angel, you are really going to have a beautiful tree this year.
Wow, those look awesome!
THese are really nice! Makes me itch to get back to doing things from this kit. I switched to some other christmas gifts, but I really like how yours turned out! And thanks for the tip on getting this started. I was wondering about that.
Thanks for the nice words, everyone. It was fun hanging them on the tree outside and taking a picture.
NICEEEEEEE!!!!
What great christmas balls, so beautiful Angel you did such a wonderful job and thanks for sharing how you did those, ,would look good anywhere in your decorations. Irene
They look beautiful.
Those look great! Thanks for the tip about getting them started. JILL

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