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February 16, 2010

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great man :D

bedroom furniture

great man :D

Vivian Schneider

Please I cannot download the pattern for the lovely frost flowers cowl Let me know how to get the pattern

Ethel Viola

I do think yours is the best of the
cowls I have reviewed. However, I
could not find the instructions.Can
you answer me?

Belinda

Hi
I saw this pattern on Ravelry but I am not great at following a chart. Could I please have the written pattern.
Thanks Belinda

Jessica McClain

Why if the finished cowl is 24inches around does this pattern call for 32 inch circular needles? I want to knit this cowl but am afraid to start it until i understand the question. Thanks jessica

jean

I cannot get this pattern to download.

Jan Campbell

I have a question on pattern it says begin frost flower lace graph and repeat 4 times..then complete 32 rows of pattern 2 times??? so the first part of the pattern is different and changes after row 16 correct?? and then you do this pattern 2 times???

Ava Reddick

Just found this and it is gorgeous and I can't wait to get started on it. That you soi much for sharing it with us all.

Comer and join me, The Erudite Knitter on my Facebook page. I have it set up so that eveyone can post info about what's going on with them or provide a link to other's who might not ever run acrtoss your blog...You can also post pics too!

There is a Raverly group too , and it is set up the same, you can start a thread if you wish. Come on along and join the fun!

Fondly in Fiber (tm)

Ava

Realestate

Interesting site, always a new topic .. good luck in the new 2011. Happy New Year!

Esther

I checked the link and it's still working. If you still have trouble, you can email me at estherbudd@gmail.com

Maria Saavedra

I love this pattern, it's nice and delicate. I tried to download it, but I couldn't. where else can I find this pattern?

Maria

Esther

I posted errata after receiving your comment - it should read "1-36sts", not 1-32 sts. Hope this helps.

MollyMaakestad

I am confused on the pattern for Frost Flower Lace Cowl. The directions say to repeat st 1-32 on each row of the chart. There are 36 st in the row. What do I do with the other 4 st?
Please help.
Thank you,
Molly

Airmax


Nice, and thanks for sharing this info with us.
Good Luck!

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