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Denegal dreams sweater from Vogue early fall
Is anyone making this sweater? ( I would post the link but I don’t know how on my phone) So, after 37 starts ( no kidding) I am finally on chart 7. At the first 5 stitch increase it doesn’t seem to line up. If you fix it so it does line up, then all the stitches and rows after it are off. I wrote to the designer and she hasn’t gotten back to me. Vogue also says it doesn’t have the capabilities of helping. So if someone out there is working on this sweater, can you confirm that I am right and all will be ok? Thanks
Need help/ Lost the pattern
I finally was able to purchase Louisa Harding's beautiful faux fur yarn (Luiza) to knit their Zelda scarf. I can't seem to find the pattern. I went to their website and it's no longer there.
Any help locating this pattern would be very much appreciated. It was a free pattern. Meanwhile I will continue to search through my patterns. I had put it aside while waiting for the yarn. Story of my life.
Thanks in advance.
Has anyone ever bought yarn from Hobbii? Is the yarn good quality? Do they match lot numbers if I buy more than one skein? How is their customer service? I was looking at some beautiful yarn called Bumbo Moonlight. Does anyone have any information they can share about this yarn?
Old fashioned sugar cookies
I’m looking for a sugar cookie recipe that my mother made. I remember alternating adding milk, then dry ingredients. So moist and delicious. I’m hoping someone has the recipe.
Have lost a pattern for a scarf called “Simple Chevron Scarf”. Cannot remember the original designer, but have made a few. Now I have lost the pattern:
It consists of only two rows: 1–knit 2- k1, yo, k16, k 3 tog, k16, yo, k1
Then comes the decrease rows which I am at a complete loss for. The scarf starts at a point and ends with a point, this is where I am at a loss having lost the pattern.
Hoping someone out there can help as I have searched everywhere!!!!!
Thanks hoping you all can help me 🙏🏻🙏🏻🙏🏻
feza candy deluxe yarn
I know it's been discontinued for a long time but am hoping that someone may have a skein (or a few) to sell. Am not concerned about colors. Thank you for checking your stash.
Need easy simple baby hat direction for left over yarn
I will be having about 20-30g of left over baby weight yarn, needle size US 5 or 6. I want a very easy hat pattern for a newborn to 3mo. The baby will be born in February. So it will be cold here. It is SW Missouri. Have no idea how cold it will be this winter. They have been so changeable the last few years. The persimmons show spoons in the seeds which means it is supposed to be a bad winter. Got me if they are right all the time or not.
If given the approximate number of stitches in which to cast on for the ribbing, that would help. I could probably wing the rest.
Thanks bunches and oodles!!
The grandchildren are visiting in a couple of weeks and although I hope for good weather to get out and about, I also prepare for being indoors.
I have printed off pictures for them to colour-in but an ad caught my eye for Loom Knitting. So I have been checking out You Tube...... round looms, ovals and straight ones. The round ones seemingly can be used for straight pieces but there is no indication of what size, or number of pegs i should be considering for 6 and 8 year olds.
We may not get as far as a garment but I would like it to be fun and something they could take home with them, or we could continue together at Christmas.
So what I need to know (am in UK) is there are brand i should try and find, what should I look for? Also Sizing - is it in inches, cms. or number of pegs. Also what yarn would be best. One video says DK comes up very thin. ANY help would be. most appreciated. I have access to Amazon but also specialist on line companis. Finally, would it be worth trying to find a very simple book? Many, many thanks in advance to any responders!!!
My daughter asked me to make a unicorn hat for my granddaughter. I had fun creating this, hopefully it resembles a unicorn. I used a hat pattern from gypsycream for the basic hat, modified the ears. The mane is a tendril technique I learned from Cat Bordhi but I used a crochet hook to add to the completed hat. And I made up the horn. I hope the kids like it.
i found this when i was looking at Shetland wool week fruity knitting there are over 80 Podcasts on this program, its Husband and Wife knitting, meeting designers, picture of nice scenery i like this podcast but want time to look at them hope you like them cannot remember if F K is capitols or lower case some of them are an hour long
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