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Beaubourg by Julie Hoover

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Beaubourg by Julie Hoover
Beaubourg by Julie Hoover
Beaubourg by Julie Hoover
Beaubourg by Julie Hoover
Beaubourg by Julie Hoover

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robhides8644623    July 27, 2015
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I would be grateful for a guide to the acronyms used in your pattern. I can guess at some of them...... CO probably means cast on. There are a few that I have no idea about
Would be grateful for your guidance in deciphering the abbreviations

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Craftsy  August 1, 2015
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Ahoy robhides8644623 - here's a great blog article that covers most of the common knitting abbreviations!

http://www.craftsy.com/article/knitting-abbreviations

Happy Knitting!

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robhides8644623  August 7, 2015
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I am grateful for your response. Thanks. We seem to use different words and abbreviations in patterns written in Australia and NZ

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iamsallevene    July 8, 2015
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What is the best way to sew the seams? Mattress stitch on the WS?

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Craftsy  July 10, 2015
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Hi iamsallevene!

Yep, mattress stitch on the wrong side is a great choice for seaming this sweater so that you have nice, even seams that show on the right side. :)

Happy knitting!

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iamsallevene    June 21, 2015
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On page 4, for the front under side shaping, it says to work 11 (6,9,12,15) rows even. I find it strange that the smallest size requires more rows than the third size, which requires to work 9 rows. Is it a mistake?

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Craftsy  June 23, 2015
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Ahoy iamsallevene! Great question. :)

That's no mistake! Following the directions as written creates room within the sweater. For the smallest size you want to add a bit more because the hip measurement is slimmer. It will all even out when you get to the knit to 11+" area. The smallest size will have fewer rows than some of the other sizes with larger cast on numbers.

If you need additional assistance, please email our Support Team here: http://www.craftsy.com/feedback/submit.

Happy knitting!

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NH Knitter    April 30, 2015
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Please please please note that there is a long list of errata (errors) that will be needed when purchasing this old printed pattern. You can find the errata PDF by googling the pattern name and "errata." It would also be nice if the designer noted the existence of these corrections for people buying this pattern.

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Monique Powers    March 8, 2015
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I am mapping out the pattern before I begin. I am noticing that I am getting a 2 stitch difference when working the front underarm shaping. Pattern says 147 sts and I am only coming up with 145. I have checked all of the increases and everything is good until the cast-on sts and the underarm. Did anyone else have this problem or am I going crazy?

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Monique Powers  March 8, 2015
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never mind...my print out cuts off at one of the increase rows.

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Pialuna111    March 17, 2014
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Does anyone have any suggestions as to which CO to use?
Thanks! :)

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hockeymommy  November 8, 2014
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There was mention of using long tail cast on for this pattern on another board