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Latte Baby Coat

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Latte Baby Coat
Latte Baby Coat
Latte Baby Coat

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Wendy Logghead on craftsy.com
Wendy Logghead    November 27, 2014
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when you say 2 stitches before marker is the marked stitch used as the second stitch. Also when you say slm does that mean slip that stitch or do you knit it.

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Frogginette  November 28, 2014
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Hi there, in this case the marker isn't placed on a stitch, it's placed between 2 stitches (directly on your needle). Slm means slip marker, so you just slip your marker from your left needle to your right needle.

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maire.sco5501350    November 2, 2014
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How can I fill in billing address for outside USA. I dont have a zip code only a postcode

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Frogginette  November 6, 2014
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Have you tried putting in the postcode in the zip code field? Otherwise I'm not sure...

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maire.sco5501350  November 14, 2014
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I did try that. My son has a paypal account so I will try orderingit by that method. Thank you for answering. I really want to knit this baby coat.

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rebe810869052    October 25, 2014
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I like the color that you did the latte coat in, but I'm making for a girl..what shade do you suggest in Eco+.. I don't want pink, but thought this shade looked boyish. I was considering straw

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Frogginette  October 31, 2014
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I think straw would be lovely, or you could do a heathered purple, or even something really bright like an orange or aqua. I do think adding girly buttons will go a long way towards "girlifying" any color.

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annabelle3221827    February 26, 2014
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I live in NZ and was wondering what 'ply' of wool you use for the coat? Thanks

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Frogginette  February 28, 2014
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This is a 12-ply (light bulky) yarn.

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gingerherbst    December 11, 2013
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I also would like to see this pattern adapted for adult..Made one for my granddaughter and her Mom wants one now! Adult women large!

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DHalpin    October 7, 2013
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I'm a beginner knitter so this might be a silly question, but after you've knitted the hood do you continue knitting the yoke off of that or bind the hood off and then start new with the yoke? (help!! :/)

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Frogginette  October 11, 2013
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Yes, you continue onto the yoke without binding off

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wendy's creations  November 25, 2014
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I have a question, when you say 2 stitches remain before marker kfb slm kfb, does that mean you count the marked stitch as one of them. Also slm does that mean to slip that stitch without knitting it

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terrylobb57@hotmail.com    September 25, 2013
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love the look of this coat

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Margaret Shevill    September 25, 2013
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Could anyone help. I live in the UK, but need help converting sizes and wool. Any help would be appreciated.

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nancy1492635  September 25, 2013
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6mm needles would work well with either chunky or Aran wool----Hope this helps. x

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angeldon6    September 24, 2013
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I wish I could knit well enough to make one :(

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carrie196312    September 23, 2013
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About to start my second one. I knitted for my daughter's baby and its gorgeous - no sewing up (where I usually ruin it!) so perfect for me. My daughter put the picture on FB and lots of her friends want one too - my encourage them to purchase the pattern and have a little knitting session to get these new mothers knitting :)

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erikahigg244763  September 25, 2013
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Can you please explain to me. What 2t. 3t ect means is that for a three year old also what is Eco wool I live in uk haven't heard of it does it equate to Aran

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nancy1492635  September 25, 2013
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These I think represent sizes---- Eco wool I think would be equivelent to our Chunky or Aran wool ( UK) as 6mm needles are required-----Thats what I woud use .

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dfoster336267  September 27, 2013
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Yes, they represent toddler sizes (2T-3T) etc, as in the pattern description:
0-3mo (3-6mo, 6-12mo, 12-18mo, 2T-3T, 3T-4T)

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juneconno834853    September 4, 2013
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I love this pattern! Very easy to understand and turns out great! I'm on my second one! Thank you

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carrie196312  September 23, 2013
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I loved it - I found it challenging as I hadn't done anything on dpn or circular needles (talk about throw yourself in at the deep end!) but it came out gorgeous - can't wait to get my grandson in it ;) Definitely am going to knit the next size too - and its so gorgeous - with no seams to ruin it in the sewing up process. :)

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Ann Carnell-Smith    August 30, 2013
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soooo cute

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emrobsknitwear    August 30, 2013
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would that be chunky or aran in the uk

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Jettquilts    August 30, 2013
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Beautiful coat!

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anniequitricote    September 1, 2013
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I love this! I wish I could have the same for me! Does it exist adult size?

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My name is Lisa aka Frogginette, and I like to make things: knitted things and sewn things, mostly.
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