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i've always liked the look of wisp, tho never done anything that fine/lightweight before. is it very difficult?

It isn't too hard in this instance. I worked on a mohair sweater that was a more challenging yarn to work with. You just have to make sure that you finish each row before you set it down or you might get into trouble. It is also easy to forget to do a yarn over in this pattern and you drop a stitch that way (so many yarn overs!). Still, it is pretty mindless easy, just with a little bit of row and stitch counting - you don't even need a counter for that once you get used to the pattern.

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