I do give yarn label with gifts.courier770 said:Years ago..and I mean MANY years ago, If you mailed in your yarn labels you got free yarn..it's a hard habit to break. Now I include a label from the yarn on any gift that I knit..so that the recipient knows how to care for the item. I keep a label and log it into my "knitting diary"..so I remember what I made and what I made it from!
WOW! Finally someone who knows!!!!! I used it as my CB "handle" for years...... when I still had a CB.texgal55 said:Hi pfflyer, (I wonder how many of the younger gals know what pfflyers were? :?: ) I do!
Well, I looked all over KnitPicks and couldn't find the pattern. I then sent an e-mail to the designer, so hopefully I'll hear something from her. I did enjoy looking at KnitPicks though. They have some beautiful patterns. They have about 145 free patterns and something like 34 pages of $1.99 patterns. As far as I could tell every thing looked to be downloadable. I also Googled "mitered knitting pattern" or something similar and although there were a number of hits, the only one I saw that resembled your stitch was the Knitting at Knoons mitered afghan. I suppose someone who is adept at knitting could transform that free pattern into a vest -- not me!! -- but someone! :lol:
Would you believe I just found the Knoon pattern in my files oftexgal55 said:Well, I guess you have to be of a certain age to know about pfflyers!
Remember, it's Knitting at Knoon website! :wink:
Hate to tell you but that is NOT the pattern I used for vest!texgal55 said:Hey, people! Here it is. Just click on download and the pattern is there. I also forgot to say that Dixie said that the company left out something in the published pattern.