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Soft, light and tender, just like a snowflake this hat will keep babys head warm and cozy. It has no seams or strings to ensure tiny head is most comfortable.
20 sts and 29 rows = 4/10cm in Stockinette stitch
how do i get the pattern
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Kind of confused about which direction to move the stitch marker. Does it go to the left or right at the end of rows 1, 3 and 5. Love the pattern tho.
In rounds 3 and 5 when you come to the end of the round you will have only 2 sts left, and that is not enough for double vertical decrease (it requires 3 sts). So you would need to borrow 1 stitch from the next round. That's when you would need to move the marker. Hope this explanation helps :-)
Looks very sweet and soft, grabbed my attention right away. looks like it was made for an angel. making this for my grand daughter to be this month.
I am happy you like this design. Happy knitting!
Unable to open this pattern
i would like to print it can't see where
Thank you for making this pattern available. I have made 2 for baby gifts in alpaca and they are beautiful. One of my favourite patterns - thank you.
i cant see a down load
Even though I can get to the cover page, I can't see or download this pattern.
Copy and pasted this from another comments section.Mupson wrote:Put it in your cart. Transfer to your Craftsy Library. Open the library, download and print.
so in rows 1,3 and 5, do I move the marker back one stitch or ahead? I'm thinking back,..
It was hard to figure out the pattern for the end of the rows. I just gave up and moved onto another pattern that was much easier to follow.
I moved the stitch marker ahead, but had no clue as to why I had to do it. After I finished the lace section, I could see that I didn't have the nice pattern shown. I think I should have kept going in each row past the old end of the row to where the marker was - that seems obvious now, but didn't then. This is very confusing. Anyone out there who has made this successfully and can advise?
Addendum -- I cast on for a second hat, moved the stitch marker ahead one space at the end of the designated rows, remembered to start the new row at this new spot each time -- so that the old first stitch of the row is now the last stitch of the row -- and it workedm- beautifully. One other problem, it says work in lace pattern through row 14, but only gives instructions through row 12 - I just knit row 13 and 14,
Addendum -- I cast on for a second hat, moved the stitch marker ahead one space at the end of the designated rows, remembered to start the new row at this new spot each time -- so that the old first stitch of the row is now the last stitch of the row -- and it worked - beautifully. One other problem, it says work in lace pattern through row 14, but only gives instructions through row 12 - I just knit row 13 and 14,
Is there a Crochet pattern for one like this?
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