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February 16, 2010

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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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Jordans 2

What a pity I miss seeing all those gorgeous knits! Thanks for sharing the photos.

Elsie

Just lovely!

Florist Italy

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M. Walsh

It's beautiful! thank you for sharing with the knitting community.

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