Thank you for the links. I will check them out, however, the free pattern is not available now. Thanks again.
No it isn't either of those sites, but they have some nice patterns there. I think it was from a designer and there were only 3 sock patterns which were fairisle. I hope somebody remembers. thanks
Does anybody remember reading a post from someone about free sock patterns being offered only on Easter day? I have searched and searched and can't find it. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks.
Thank you so much. I just sent her a message. I'm so new at this forum and Raverly forum that I didn't know how to send her a message. Thanks again for your help.
I went back to the people on Ravelry who have knit this shawl, and I found where I could send one of them a private message, so I did that. Hopefully I'll get an answer from them. I'm new at sending messages and replies on these forums, but I'm learning a lot today. Thanks again for your suggestion.
That was my first thought, but I don't see where to contact the designer. It's probably there somewhere, but I'm not seeing how to contact her. Thank you for the suggestion.
I have tried Ravelry and didn't receive any help so that's why I thought I'd try Knitting Paradise. Thanks for your response.
Has anybody knit the Elbow River Shawl? I need some help with the directions. In Section 5 it says to work in established patterns to marker C. I can't figure out the established patterns. There will be one for the right side rows and one for the wrong side rows. Will somebody who has knit this shawl please write out the established patterns for me? http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/elbow-river
Jessie Roberts: What is the name of the sock yarn your local yarn store had that knit up into a geometric pattern? I would be interested in that yarn. Thanks.
I would like to join in, too. Let me know how it works. Thanks
Thank you. I will certainly check out the Piecework magazine.
Thank you everyone for your help.
I saw directions to knit initials on the toe of socks wth the same color yarn as the sock is knitted with. I think it had directions on how to knit every initial, so you would then pick out the initial you need.
I'm not sure if it was on Knitting Paradise or not. I thought I printed it, but I can't find it. Does anyone know how I do this or where I can find it on the internet?
Thank you for your advice. I was tempted to just do one kind of M1 because I thought I might forget to do a right and left slanting M1, but if I want this jacket to be perfect, I guess I will do the right and left slanting. Thanks again for your reply.
I am knitting a sweater from Jean Frost's Custom Fit Knit Jackets book and when I knit the sleeves the directions say to increase each side of the sleeve by doing a M1. Am I supposed to do a M1R on one side and a M1L on the other side of the sleeve? The pattern does not specify which M1 to use but the back of the book does explain how to do a right and left slanting M1.
Thank you. That's just what I was looking for and couldn't find. Thanks again.