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Through the Woods Hooded Neckwarmer

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Through the Woods Hooded Neckwarmer

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resqhound156326    December 21, 2014
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I think I started wrong. Is this knitted in the round or flat on the circular needles?

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FDNYMom    December 17, 2014
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I loved the pattern. It came out wonderfully well. I am going to give it as a gift and then make one for myself.

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VBikerhen    December 13, 2014
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Just finished the pattern about to block it. Loved the cable stitches, found out I am allergic to the wool. Did not find anything wrong with the written instructions buuut t just a FYI on the pattern page you have Sew on your buttons using same yarn and your done! It should read you're done. Hope to get pics up soon.

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clpodobed2745610    December 6, 2014
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This is awesome. Easy and classy.

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clpodobed2745610    December 6, 2014
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I absolutely love this project! It is very easy for someone with a little bit of experience. I think maybe a drawing to explain some simple steps may be in order as the printed pattern photo is a bit hard to see. The finished project looks so classy. I bought more yarn to make a few for Christmas gifts. My new favorite project. Love, love ,looove this!

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dianelove5619734    December 5, 2014
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I am finished with the hood and trying to put the planket on but it sure doesn't look like the one they show. I picked up the 118 stitches around inside of the hood opening which included the left & right panels and I think that is the problem. Any help would be appreciated.

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clpodobed2745610  December 6, 2014
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You have to pick the stitches up where the plankets end. I did the same thing at first. One you fix that it will all fall in place. Look at the photos on the web page again. Good luck. It is actually pretty simple once you fix that. Its a beautiful project. I love it.

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Shabnam Faraee    December 1, 2014
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Beautiful knitting piece with unclear and confusing instruction. I am very disappointed.

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VBikerhen  December 13, 2014
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Do not understand where the unclear confusing parts are.

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Shabnam Faraee    December 1, 2014
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I am sorry but the pattern is really bad, I would like my money back!

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Craftybeader    November 27, 2014
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This is beautiful!

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smagnolia2349196    November 26, 2014
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If the author ever re writes this pattern with clearer instructions, do we get free copies of that? lol.

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56Zada    November 21, 2014
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In the knitting of the hood the patern gives rows 1 thru 6 the instructions says . do rows 1-6 then repeat rows 6 more times...does this repeat of rows ..leave you with 6 or 7 repeats of the pattern. sorry ???confused

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VBikerhen  December 13, 2014
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7 repeats as it says repeat 6 more times

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SophieNak    November 9, 2014
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What have you found the best way to block this piece?

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Kim Brennan-Hansen  November 10, 2014
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I have been trying to cancel this but no response
thanks , Kim Hansen

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Kim Brennan-Hansen    November 4, 2014
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PLEASE CANCEL ORDER THAT I WAS PURCHASING ALREADY MADE NOT INTERESTED IN MAKING MYSELF

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Surpreyes    October 28, 2014
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In one of the photos, there are matching wrist warmers, is there a patterns for those or should I try to fake it?

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Julia Rush    October 27, 2014
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this is a HORRIBLE pattern. I would like my money back

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lisasue91    October 27, 2014
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can someone explain the following instruction:
Bind off 108stitches SLIP THE NEXT STITCH PURLWISE, pass th last Bind off stitch over the slipped stitch and place back onto the left needle. How do you pass the last bind off stitch over the slipped stitch?

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Winterspride  November 9, 2014
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What I understand from that instruction is that when you have 1 more stitch to bind off, instead of knitting the next stitch and passing that last bind off stitch over, you will simply slip 1 and pass that last bind off stitch over, leaving you with 20 stitches left to knit. I hope that helps.

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julie.say4949403    October 13, 2014
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I live in uk and wanted this pattern ., pattern wasn't for sale on its own do my friend who lives in South Carolina ordered me the kit .. The wool arrived but no pattern . It had been sent to her craftsy account . I now have the wool( which I didnt really want) and she has the pattern on her craftsy which she doesn't want as she doesn't knit and I do want as I do knit I have the wool and ordered it for pattern in first place !!!

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laceymyshell  November 8, 2014
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Just have your friend download and save the pattern to her computer and email it to you via attachment.

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SophieNak  November 9, 2014
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She can download the pattern and email it to you I think.

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claire1962586830    October 7, 2014
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i wish there was a video tutorial on this pattern, i'm at where it says Fold the Ribbing back over itself and stitch just the left and right outer edges of the collar down to the hood and i'm confused at this point, not sure what to do, if someone knows of a video tutorial could you please let me know.. thank you in advance " Claire"

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craftyann    October 5, 2014
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Lovely hoodie!

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JGMOM    October 1, 2014
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My dog wh may not survive the night, just destroyed this ball if yarn, anyone recall the name brand yarn that came with the kit.

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LottieBay  October 10, 2014
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Cascade Yarns, Seattle Wa 98188
www.cascadeyarns.com
100% peruvian Highland wool 478 yards
Mine is magenta color #8448 Lot 2K3490

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VBikerhen  December 13, 2014
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Cascade Eco +

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Wendy Ottsman    September 29, 2014
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I bought the kit and received the yarn but cannot get the pattern to open. I have latest of Adobe reader,from playstore. Please HELP!!!!

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sohappy    September 27, 2014
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sandyj1942
How do you get an answer to a question? I put in a question on problems with the buttonhole and haven't heard back. Please let me know. Thank you.

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msmerricat  September 29, 2014
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:) I am not sure what problems you are having with the buttonhole instructions. If it is the Cable Cast On you would probably be happier watching a video showing how it is done than trying to read it and imagine it in your head. I haven't gotten that far yet ...am just finishing the ribbing around the hood. But there are several ways to knit buttonholes and you might find one that works more easily for you. If you go to youtube and put "cable cast on" or "knitting buttonholes" into the search box you can watch videos that show you how. Actually you can watch one and before you know it you have spent an obscene amount of hours watching one after another hahaha! I know this because I do it all the time ;)

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VBikerhen  December 13, 2014
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I found the back loop cast on worked for me and gave a very nice edging

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dejsabre1122443    September 20, 2014
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I received the yarn as part of the kit. It says to download the pattern. Will not download in iBook or Adobe. Mine is updated. I have had no problems with other patterns downloading. Also as a side note, it said this was a beginner pattern now I see it is advanced. Maybe this needs to change on the site.

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Carla Hunt    September 19, 2014
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I just bought this pattern and am now concerned as the pattern says for "advanced" knitters but the original page that I purchased from said "beginner/intermediate." I am NOT an advanced knitter. I know the basics and have just learned how to cable. Can I do it?

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laceymyshell  November 8, 2014
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I find difficulty ratings open to interpretation. What some may find difficult others find easy. There is another pattern that is similar to this for free by the same author. I would give it a try.

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georgina    September 8, 2014
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i have material ..i cannot download pattern??? thanks diane

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Lynne Pasmen    September 7, 2014
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I am almost finished my project and do not understand instructions for buttonhole placket...specifically the WS of buttonhole. What is Cable CO 3 st. I am uncertain as to what this means.

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Judi Lentz  September 8, 2014
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a cable cast on a a specific way of casting on stitches:
Personally, I just knit on 3 stitches, then continued with the rest of the row.
Cable cast-on
Step 1: Start with a slip knot on your left hand needle.
Step 2: Knit on one stitch (work steps 2 and 3 from the knit-on cast on to do this).
Step 3: Knit between the two stitches on your needle.
Step 4: Slip the new stitch from the right to the left hand needle.

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sohappy  September 27, 2014
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I am having trouble understanding the instructions for the buttonholes. Don't seem to get what you mean. Could you please help me?
Thank you.
sandyj1942

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DearMsJul1612371    August 29, 2014
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Does this have to be worked on circular needles?

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jangeltra2699285    August 28, 2014
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I know this is an incredibly basic question, but is the beginning part knit in the round, or using a magic loop method? I think I'm confusing myself haha

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Judi Lentz  September 8, 2014
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This pattern is knit flat, not in the round.

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Cowgirlca444870    August 27, 2014
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I'm a little confused about the needle size. I can't seem to find 10.5 and 24" circular needles. Just wondering if anyone can help me out with this or give a suggestion on a different needle size?? I'm anxious to get started on this project. I'm so in love with it and "winter is coming!"

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Cowgirlca444870  August 27, 2014
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Also the size 3 needles, are those soluble points or just regular straight needles?

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Cowgirlca444870  August 27, 2014
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*double points

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jangeltra2699285  August 28, 2014
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I found 10 and 24" circular ones at Joann and Michael's, but they also sell them on Amazon.

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DearMsJul1612371  August 30, 2014
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Do they have to be 24"? Mine are 36"

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Cowgirlca444870  September 5, 2014
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I was able to order the 10.5 24" circs on line from Joann's and got $1.99 shipping and the needles were on sale. Just got them yesterday an I'm super excited to get started after work today!! Thank you do much!!!

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Judi Lentz  September 8, 2014
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The length of the cable (24" or 36") dos not matter, they just suggest a cable length for the number of stitches you are dealing with. a 16" would be too short, a 36" is technically longer than needed to hold the stitches, but if that's what you have, feel free to use it.
There are a lot of stitches and it is a heavier yarn, so doing this on a straight needle would be cumbersome and heavy; in my opinion.

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Dea    August 26, 2014
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I love this pattern so far in making. But it am confused..when you start the rib it's on the INSIDE stitches but do you start at far corner of the left and right 20 sts or in the corner where it connects? Hope this makes sense!

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Judi Lentz  September 8, 2014
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I was confused too, and the only way to get the count that it mentioned in the pattern when picking up was to go all the way to the end of the rows on both ends.

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dianelove5619734  December 5, 2014
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I did the same thing Judi but now at the assembly the placket doesn't look right, did you have the same problem??? How did you assemble?? Thanks in advance

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LizCat4    August 1, 2014
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Loving this pattern so far! I can't wait to get my yarn in the mail!

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chris.fer1962060    Last response: July 10, 2014
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Hello. I have a question on the beginning of the pattern. Row 1 states: (K4, P4) to end. K4. With a cast on of 148 stitches, the (K4, P4) can only be done 18 times which leaves 4 stitches at the end of the row. Are these the 4 stitches for K4?
I have done the pattern as described above and it is not producing a rib edge (if that's what the goal is). Am I doing this right? Please help! Thanks.

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LizCat4  August 1, 2014
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oh weird, my pattern doesn't say that, so maybe it got updated? But if no one has said anything. It is (k4p4 to end and then k4).

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pdwoods721696765    July 7, 2013
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I love this and the other ideas to add to it are wonderful. I may give this a try to have for this winter.

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thumper5316    March 2, 2013
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I made this a couple of years ago. It knit up fast and was easy. Living in Minnesota I wanted something warm and this keeps the chill out very nicely. One change that I made was to knit some eyelets under the hood fold and threaded a matching cord with pompoms on the ends so that I can tie it up tighter when the wind is really blowing.

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sherry6792868094  October 19, 2014
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That's a really good idea. I thought about doing the same but mine is a gift for my daughter and I didn't want to mess it up. I didn't leave eyelets but maybe a twisted cord would be smooth enough to work through the rib.

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grywiklun1041993    November 9, 2012
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Ohhh, I like this pattern :)

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Bekaht88    January 6, 2013
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I sent this pattern to my mother and it came out beautifully! She added fleece lining that helps with wind chill!

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Stitcher75  January 20, 2013
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Fleece lining is a great idea. I can also picture the ribmade with eyelash yarn for a "fur" edge.

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linmjenk    October 22, 2012
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Is there a place where us cake bakers can buys these pretty knitted things? I want one of these!

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Kalurah Hudson  November 26, 2012
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You can purchase all of my Ready-Made items here: http://www.etsy.com/shop/whiletheyplay?ref=si_shop

:)

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mscindylu843806    July 21, 2012
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i like this pattern

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