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Jun 25, 2012 22:50:42   #
hajra
 
kareo wrote:
go to Craftsy - My Account - My Pattern Library and it should be there.


True, it should be there.
 
Jun 25, 2012 23:17:00   #
nancyalice48
 
kareo wrote:
go to Craftsy - My Account - My Pattern Library and it should be there.

do this & you'll be fine. I just started mine last nite. the directions are super easy to follow. I can't wait to finish it & post. Not sure if it will be Zelda or Zackery. Will post picture when finished. I gather glass eyes are a no-no for teddys for infants. Are the plastic ones as shiny as the glass ones?
Jun 25, 2012 23:31:15   #
blavell
 
I was unable to download it also & I didn't really get any help from Craftsy. I don't really care about the money, it's the pattern I want. I do feel bad about it as I had hoped to purchase the other Gypsycream Bear patterns also. Let me know if you have any luck.
Jun 26, 2012 00:21:59   #
Gypsycream (a regular here)
 
kathiebee wrote:
Gypsycream wrote:
rosierakocy wrote:
When I was doing my Huggable bear head, the pattern was to do a knit row with different yarn, the next row was also a knit row. As I followed the next row, it said purl. this gave me a bumpy side and did not match up with the rest of the work.
Also, can any one explain how you can knit this in the round on circular needles. I hate seaming and try to avoid it. Thank you, I am at a standstill right now.


The knit row along with a contrast yarn is to mark the end of the muzzle. Because this pattern was designed primarily for fun fur/eyelash yarn, this is important when it comes to sew up the bear. You need to know where the muzzle ends.

I'm sorry I can't help you with knitting in the round on either a circular needle or dpn's, I'm afraid I have never learnt how to. Perhaps some of the ladies who have achieved this can help.
quote=rosierakocy When I was doing my Huggable be... (show quote)

Do you sew up the seams with the eyelash yarn or the other yarn?
quote=Gypsycream quote=rosierakocy When I was do... (show quote)


I sew up with the eyelash, but if you aren't comfortable using this then chose a matching plain yarn :D
Jun 26, 2012 00:22:44   #
Gypsycream (a regular here)
 
blavell wrote:
I was unable to download it also & I didn't really get any help from Craftsy. I don't really care about the money, it's the pattern I want. I do feel bad about it as I had hoped to purchase the other Gypsycream Bear patterns also. Let me know if you have any luck.


Hi, I've pm'd you, really sorry you are having problems, if you reply to my pm we'll sort this out.
Jun 26, 2012 13:54:31   #
Nanswa
 
Isn't there one click to see all of them?[/quote]

Yes, there is a site where the bear pics are shown one after another so you don't have to pull up a new page for each. I know one of the members put it together---maybe she hasn't seen our plea for help yet.
 
Jun 26, 2012 14:55:49   #
Gypsycream (a regular here)
 
Nanswa wrote:
Isn't there one click to see all of them?


Yes, there is a site where the bear pics are shown one after another so you don't have to pull up a new page for each. I know one of the members put it together---maybe she hasn't seen our plea for help yet.[/quote]

Thanks for your concern, I've sorted out this problem now :D
If you need to find my page there is a clue below my signature below.
Feb 13, 2014 23:37:58   #
BBopp
 
I paid for the pattern crockidile slippers and I was unable to print it. Now I get e mails I have the pattern but can you tell me how to get it
Jan 25, 2016 13:16:23   #
Sharon gilbert
 
Bought mods 1141966 and need quilt pattern
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