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8 comments:

  1. What is a 'lap' and what is an 'easy lap'??

    Thanks for the patterns!

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  2. Hello, Marny, I'm really sorry for using confusing term. I already chanched this in the pattern. Easy lap here is: sc in every sc (no increase, no decrease)

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  3. Hello,
    I recently purchased the Soft Mohair Scarf Pattern, it's going good so far, but I am stuck after the first part after finishing the repeat rows 13-22, until 6 stitches are left. So I have 6 stitches left now. then it says Row1: Sl st, K5 and turn. Do I knit 5 where the 6 stitches are? or do I turn and work backwards now on all that I have completed, it's confusing, or do I cut the yarn and go back to my first rows and attach yarn and follow the directions on Row 1 to 11, then a purl row and knit row after that 3 page. Also, If I just knit the 5 and then turn and go back, the purls would be on the right side and the knit stitches would be on the wrong side....I am really stuck here and want to complete this....lol, thank you

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  4. Sorry, On Revelry it's called Soft Scarf Cowl...

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  5. Hi there. Thank you for contacting me. I will try to explain. When 6 sts left you simply need follow the pattern. Don't cut the yarn, don't turn. Last bubble is diffeent because is made from 11 rows, not 10 like previous ones. Did i make it clearer? If no ask again :)

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  6. Hi. I made the "Decorated Hat" that has 3 rows of bubbles. I thought the instructions had a mis-print, when it called for 5 stitches made from 1 stitch, in making the first bubble. So, I used 3 stitches. This, however, created a problem, in that I used too many stitches for the bubbles, and it resulted in a shortage of about 30 stitches. How do you make 5 stitches from 1 stitch? I couldn't figure out how to knit after the yarn over to make all 5 stitches for the bubble. Help! I finished the hat, but it's small.

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  7. Hi Rasa--
    I purchased your Soft Mohair Scarf pattern but am using a fingering baby alpaca instead of mohair. I have attempted to meet the gauge indicated, but am all the way down to a size 3 needle and still have only 6 1/2 stitches per inch rather than the 7 you asked for. I have also tried several fingerings with the same problem. Are US fingering yarns that much larger than UK? I've knitted for 50 years and never had a gauge problem before. I could go down to a size 2 needle, but decided to check with you in case any errors were made in the pattern. Thanks!

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  8. I’m making the diaper soaker and having trouble understanding the increases on the beginning and end of the row. Casting on at the end of the row, and the beginning is essentially casting on all at the beginning, is it not? Thanks! Having trouble making it look smooth - I’m increasing with a kfb and pfb at the end rather than casting on.

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