How Hard Can It Be?!

December 19, 2007 at 12:49 pm 2 comments

I am looking for an ivory-cream color, primarly cotton sweater from My Man.

Somehow some bluing got on his, and the arm cuffs were stretched out of shape anyway from years of wear.  But, I cannot for the life of me find one similar.  It’s got some cable knit sort of patterns on it he liked as opposed to a plain solid he really liked.

This is the closest I’ve found, only it looks a little too bulky and thick for him.


Even this one only comes in a small. 

It needs to be cream colored.  Not “grey-creme” or “snow winter white” will do!

Any suggestions?  I’ve tried online and local sources and I’m running out of time.  Something I really wanted to find.

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  • 1. Stacey  |  December 19, 2007 at 1:57 pm

    I didn’t read the end that comments were open.

    I just emailed you 3 choices. 🙂

  • 2. Misty  |  December 19, 2007 at 4:27 pm

    Hmm–I wish I had an idea for you. I might suggest Ebay, Land’s End, or LL Bean? Bryan hates sweaters and sweatshirts (I’d love him to wear them) and opts for button-ups, usually short sleeves. Good luck in your hunt!

    I found something I was looking for today for Zach. I wanted him a lovee like Zoe has and I found one on Ebay just like it (except it’s a bear instead of a bunny and blue instead of pink). They don’t sell in stores anymore and I found it new on there–pricier than I wanted but I”ve only bought Zach a little pair of booties so far, and I really wanted him to have a lovee like that. Boy, did I ramble or what?

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