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Pam Powers is a freelance knitwear designer living in sunny Orange County, California with her wonderful husband and two lovely children. Her designs have appeared in Interweave Knits, Twist ...

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Quilted Lattice Ascot

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Quilted Lattice Ascot
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iluvpugs210246670    January 29, 2016
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I like that ascot but I can't find the pattern for it. I am anxious to start it. I would appreciate the pattern asap. I'm not the only one who cannot find the pattern. It's a confusing system.

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monicar6496796    September 13, 2015
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I love the scarf, I was able to finish it and it look like yours, but
I had a hard time understanding your pattern I had to used you tube to do the body. It is a beautiful design.

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Vi Adkins    September 11, 2015
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Can you tell me what the measurement of the length of the Ascot is after the number of rows has been counted from Row 21 to the center point? Based on a 15" measurement to center point?

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Pam Powers Knits  September 19, 2015
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Hi Vi, Do you mean the total length of the ascot? If you are working 15" to the center point, then your finished product will be about 29" after you fold the picot eyelet row under.

Hope this is helpful!

Pam

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Knittinorma    September 8, 2015
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I have completed and blocked the ascot using all measurements. I am wondering how you compensated for the difference in size of lattice shapes as they do not fit as shown in photos. Be turning both picot edge, the measurements of the lattice parts change. I am forced to place snaps of edge facing ascot (facing body) on the actual body and not lattice shape on the bottom in order for my ascot to match your photos. Should I reblock and make the top lattice section large enough to fit the bottom section? As it stands, the top is too small to lap without adjusting snaps as mentioned above. I don't want snaps on the body of the ascot. Help.

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Pam Powers Knits  September 19, 2015
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Hi Knittinorma, The size of the Quilted Lattice ends should be a 5" square, measured with the picot edges folded. If the 2 ends are square, then the 2 pieces should fit over each other perfectly. So if you could reblock to achieve a square shape with the picot edge sewn in place, you should be good to go.

Hope this is helpful!

Pam

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Knitlette    September 3, 2015
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Did you use buttons with a shank in the back for this piece?

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Craftsy  September 5, 2015
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Hi Knitlette - that's totally up to you, but because the closure is actually obtained using snap tape, the buttons are purely decorative. You may prefer to use flat buttons, so they don't dangle like a shanked button might.

Happy knitting!

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Knitlette  September 13, 2015
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Great, thanks!

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nancemc51519359    September 2, 2015
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Don't understand how to knit the the increase row of the body of the quilted lattice ascot. Please help!
Nancy

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Craftsy  September 5, 2015
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Hi nancemc51519359 - Great question.

It sounds like you're referring to the INC Row, found on page 2. You should have 29 st on your needles to start. To knit the INC Row: K3, {KFB, K1}; repeat { } until you get to the last two stitches, then K2. You will have increased a total of 12 st (one st increased at each KFB) for a total of 42 st.

If you need help with the KFB maneuver, you can refer here: http://www.craftsy.com/technique/knit-into-front-and-back/434

Happy Knitting!

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ronibarbe6992603-0    March 30, 2015
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I ordered this through Craftsy and received yarn but wrong pattern....very disappointed

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Hi ronibarbe6992603 - we are happy to help you locate your pattern! We've sent you an email with some instructions! :) If you didn't receive our email, please reach out to us here:
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mlabra8101987674    March 28, 2015
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I made this , it called for two skeins of yarn I used one and not all of the first skein and I checke my gage be fore I started what did I do wrong

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Pam Powers Knits  March 30, 2015
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How much yarn is used for a project varies from knitter to knitter. Even if you obtain the listed gauge, there are other factors that affect yarn consumption. Quilted Lattice Ascot, if using the sample measurements, usually uses somewhere between exactly one skein to a little over one skein, but running short on yarn can be a big problem, so I needed to list the yardage to include 2 skeins.

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kyles.peg7244358    March 16, 2015
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Can't wait to make this, absolutely stunning (:

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cbkowal5697464    February 22, 2015
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I am struggling with the increase row of the body. I end up with 53 stitches, not 47. I have done it several times and still off. What could I be doing wrong?

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Pam Powers Knits  February 23, 2015
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You start with 29 stitches, and kf&b increases one stitch to two stitches. Here is how the row breaks down by number of stitches:

Inc Row (RS): K3, *kf&b 3 times, k1; rep from * to last 2 sts, k247 sts.
3 + [(6 + 1) x 6]* + 2 = 3 + 42 + 2 = 47
*[(6 + 1) x 6] = (kf&b 3 times , k1) rep

I hope this is helpful.

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alwaysand6913672    February 16, 2015
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i didnt get my pattern for my project please sent it too me please cindy hansen it was the grey neck cowl with the buttons quilted lace ascot 3605311456 thank you

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Pam Powers Knits  February 17, 2015
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Your pattern is a digital download that you can find in your Craftsy Pattern Library. You can find your pattern by following these steps on your computer:
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ronibarbe6992603-0  March 30, 2015
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Wrong pattern and went to help with no response

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CernansMom    February 13, 2015
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Because I'm knitting this with a 4 year old occasionally jumping on me, I have lost track of how many pattern repeats I have going on to get to the mid-point. I'm curious what the average number of repeats is for someone knitting in the proper gauge?

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Pam Powers Knits  February 16, 2015
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Instead of counting rows, you can do the following: There are 21 rows of the Body pattern completed using the increasing needle sizes (Rows 1-7 on US4, Rows 8-14 on US5, Rows 15-21 on US6). Count 21 rows up on the Body, starting with the first pattern row (Row 1 of the the Body section), and place a marker in the side edge of the 21st row. Since 14" is your total length, work to 7" and place another marker in the side edge. For the second half, you will work the body stitches on US7 until you have completed a length matching the length between the 2 markers, then you will reduce your needle size from US6, US 5 and US 4, creating the mirror image of the First Half.

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CernansMom  February 20, 2015
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Thank you!

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lore.yao3178536    February 10, 2015
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I have a question abut row 4 ( in section where I switch to size sevens) Am I doing a M1 after knitting five stitches? Thank you.

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lore.yao3178536  February 10, 2015
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I think I have it!

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lquarles6825172    February 7, 2015
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I am having a problem with the increase row. I end up with 54 stitches and not 47. I have counted and re-counted and do not know what I am doing wrong. Can you help?

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lquarles6825172  February 7, 2015
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Never mind. I figured out what I was doing wrong!

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xxphbxx6523820    February 3, 2015
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I am having trouble in the body portion. Do you knit the "next" row (WS) and "inc" row (rs) before row 1 (ws)? Also after row 1 (WS) how many stitches should be on the needle?

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Pam Powers Knits  February 5, 2015
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Yes, work the rows in the order they are written. There should be 47 sts after the Increase Row and after Row 1.

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AnnaMae Van De Weert    January 21, 2015
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I need instructions for this pattern

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Craftsy  January 22, 2015
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Hi AnnaMae! Your pattern is a digital download that you can find in your Craftsy Pattern Library. You can find your pattern by following these steps on your computer:
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Fifficks    January 3, 2015
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My gauge is all off on the lattice part. Using 6 and 7 needles but it is much wider than described and longer to fulfill the requirements described in the pattern. Using worsted weight yarn provided in the kit. No one else complaining of this issue. Suggestions?

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Pam Powers Knits  January 13, 2015
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Try using a smaller needle size like US4 or 5.

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Mary Henenlotter Attianese    December 19, 2014
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do you have a pattern for people whom crochet or close to this... I can't knit have tried many times.. thanks in advance. mary

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Pam Powers Knits  December 31, 2014
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Sorry, but I only have knitting patterns. If you have a specific question, I would be more than happy to help. Best to email me: pam@pampowersknits.com

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bjtomie3210345    December 14, 2014
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I purchased this pattern a couple of weeks ago, since then I have made two ascots and they turned out beautiful. I struggled with the instructions (row 2 with the WYIF), once I figured it out, it was an easy knit. Below is my version of working rows 2 and 6 of the Quilted Lace pattern
When you have completed Row 1 to Row 5 and change to Size 7 needles.
Work Row 1 (and all WS rows): K2, purl to last 2 sts, K2
Row 2 (RS) K3, *wyif (with yarn in front) sl5 (purlwise), wyib (move yarn to back), K1: rep from * to last 2 sts, K2
It took me a few trial and errors to figure out row 2, thank goodness for the pictures...
Hope this helps

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Pam Powers Knits  December 14, 2014
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Here is a good YouTube tutorial on Quilted Lattice pattern:
http://video.search.yahoo.com/video/play;_ylt=A86.JyhJeY5U10MA79QPxQt.;_ylu=X3oDMTBsOXB2YTRjBHNlYwNzYwRjb2xvA2dxMQR2dGlkAw--?p=quilted+lattice+tutorial&tnr=21&vid=6AEA16E669C5F895540F6AEA16E669C5F895540F&l=503&turl=http%3A%2F%2Fts2.mm.bing.net%2Fth%3Fid%3DUN.608050602223209173%26pid%3D15.1&rurl=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.youtube.com%2Fwatch%3Fv%3DrNPooLULMlM&sigr=11a8lqesm&tt=b&tit=Quilted+Lattice+Stitch&sigt=10mk8msia&back=https%3A%2F%2Fsearch.yahoo.com%2Fyhs%2Fsearch%3Fp%3Dquilted%2Blattice%2Btutorial%26hsimp%3Dyhs-001%26hspart%3Dmozilla%26ei%3DUTF-8&sigb=134ofd3i6&hspart=mozilla&hsimp=yhs-001

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Shirley Zeman    December 13, 2014
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Loved making this! My friend asked for it and now I'm going to do one for myself, it looks so lovely!

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staci.j.o889642  December 14, 2014
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Did you have any issues? I am having a small issue when you first switch to the sizes even needles (I seem to have three stitches at the end not two). Did this happen to you? Pam didn't answer so I stopped knitting.

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Pam Powers Knits  December 14, 2014
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Sorry, I did not see your post until today. If you email me: pam@pampowersknits.com, I will get back to you immediately.

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glendus894289    December 10, 2014
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Just got my kit, can you tell me where you found the beautiful buttons?

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Pam Powers Knits  December 14, 2014
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These buttons came from textilegarden.com. I don't think they have them in stock any more, but be sure and check out their inventory--I always find hidden treasures!

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staci.j.o889642    December 2, 2014
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Finally sat down to make this, and I am having an issue with row two after I changed to size 7 needles. I have three stitches left at the end. I did the math, twice. Thoughts?

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Pam Powers Knits  December 14, 2014
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You are working with 29 stitches at this point.
Row 2 (RS): K3, *sl 5 wyif, k1; rep from * to last 2 sts, k2.
So here is the breakdown: 3 + (6 x 4 = 24) + 2 = 29
The 24 stitches in the parentheses represent 6 rep's between *'s.

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janetgangl    December 1, 2014
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Sorry - reference below - I meant "cast on".

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Pam Powers Knits  December 14, 2014
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I prefer long-tail cast-on, but any regular cast-on is fine.

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janetgangl    December 1, 2014
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..The pattern online doesn't appear to have the eyelet row - mine seems more rectangular because of this row and thus the two ends do not cover each other as nicely. Also, is there any particular cable on method you recommend?

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Pam Powers Knits  December 14, 2014
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Eyelet Row is Row 3, You fold the cast-on edge under, towards the WS on this row and sew down, to form the picot edge.

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LINCHANDL4906969    November 10, 2014
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Just wanted you to know I figured out the pattern and it looks beautiful!

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Pam Powers Knits  November 11, 2014
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Awesome!

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staci.j.o889642  December 3, 2014
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Can you please let me know what issues you are having? Maybe they are the same as mine?

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LINCHANDL4906969    November 9, 2014
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I purchased your lovely pattern, but having trouble figuring out the quilted lattice pattern. Went on youtube, but doesn't give directions. Could you help me figure this out with a visual?
Thanks, Linda

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Pam Powers Knits  November 11, 2014
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I think this video is a pretty good tutorial: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rNPooLULMlM

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kjfrank7    October 31, 2014
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I have a question...is this pattern only going to work using straight needles? I have many sizes of circular needles but not straight needles. Thank you for your help.

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Pam Powers Knits  November 7, 2014
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You can use straight or circular needles.

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deber19535421561    October 23, 2014
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Says it will be in my library, its not!

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Pam Powers Knits  November 7, 2014
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Here is a link for finding your pattern on Craftsy: https://www.craftsyhelp.com/hc/en-us/articles/200376334-Where-do-I-find-a-pattern-I-just-purchased-on-Craftsy-

And a link for getting the pattern on your tablet: https://www.craftsyhelp.com/hc/en-us/articles/201307240-I-just-bought-a-pattern-and-it-isn-t-showing-up-in-my-library-on-the-Craftsy-app-Where-is-it-

If you have already tried these methods and still cant access the pattern, you will need to contact Craftsy Support:

Should you have any further questions, you can contact our Customer Support via phone. You can reach us between the hours of 9:30 AM through 5:00 PM MT, Monday through Friday at our toll free number: 888-979-6769.

I can also email you the pattern, but it wont be stored in your Craftsy library.

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knitcpa    October 15, 2014
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Is it my imagination but it seems that the rib area is not symmetrical? There is a k2 k2 p2 at one end and k2 p1 k2. When you turn to knit the next row you have a k2 k2 p2 on top of k2 p1 k2. Should I just trust or ?

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marycocoa  October 18, 2014
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I would like to have this clarified before I buy the pattern, thanks!

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Pam Powers Knits  October 24, 2014
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The body is a "broken rib" pattern so the knits and purls do not line up. If you inspect the cover photo carefully, the pattern should be evident.

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knitsNpurls69  November 6, 2014
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Wow. That came off rude. Much like the blog comment "If you still need the pattern (really??)". No thanks. I will find another pattern.

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Pam Bellingham    November 28, 2013
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ved my pattern















I have not received my pattern how long is it going to take. d-pbellham@tiscali.co.uk .

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deber19535421561  October 23, 2014
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I just bought it! How long did it take?