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Celtic Cables (QuiltMoxie)

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Celtic Cables taught by Carol Feller

Enjoy the knit of the Irish as you follow Carol Feller stitch by stitch to make a flattering cardigan sweater with contemporary Celtic cabling.

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Category Knitting
Type Clothing
Sizing Women
Style Traditional, Classic, Casual
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What materials did you use? Irish Aran yarn

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What are you most proud of? Thrilled with the cardigan, especially since it was knitted out of Irish yarn. Like a little bit of Ireland is living with me in Canada. Mom tried it on and loves it!

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What advice would you give someone starting this project? Go for it. Ask for help when you need it. Carol is awesome at helping out.

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lovely

05/10/2013 Flag

Soma575, Thanks!

05/17/2013 Flag

Beautiful!

05/11/2013 Flag

Desertbears, Thanks!

05/17/2013 Flag

Looks beautiful! I hope mine turns out as nicely. Slow going as so many projects to work on for others - but I will somehow manage to get this one done for me. Mine is also in natural color, so you have given me an idea of how mine should look when I get going on it. Only about 6 inches into it at this point...

05/11/2013 Flag

Hello Leila.cross, Yours will turn out amazing! I am a newbie knitter and this was my first cardigan and first attempt a celtic cables. As soon as I needed help, I posted on the Craftsy platform and Carol was able to help me. I have videotaped my celtic cables journey in the form of a podcast which is available to anybody at http://www.quiltmoxie.com/category/podcast/ . Looking forward to seeing your cardigan. Cheers, Ariana

05/17/2013 Flag

It looks great! Question - I watched your podcast & you showed the 'corners' you had gotten at the neck edge, & I wondered how you resolved that when doing the neck ribbing. I got the same thing (but worse) & ripped back to fix another problem. I'm almost back to that point & wondering what to do if I get the same thing again. Thanks.

05/19/2013 Flag

Hi NRBquilter,

05/22/2013 Flag

Hi NRBquilter, I am just about to produce my 3rd podcast with the final cardigan and will be sure to highlight how I resolved the little corners. If you don't mind, I will check to see if this question was posted to Carol and if not will go ahead and post it so that I can include it on the next video. I have created a mailing list so that you can subscribe to receive the video podcast and show notes directly in your email when it becomes available. You can subscribe at http://eepurl.com/zJ9lH . ( copy and paste " http://eepurl.com/zJ9lH " and it should open the subscription page ) Hope this helps, Ariana

05/22/2013 Flag

Hi NRBquilter, I am just about to produce my 3rd podcast with the final cardigan and will be sure to highlight how I resolved the little corners. If you don't mind, I will check to see if this question was posted to Carol and if not will go ahead and post it so that I can include it on the next video. I have created a mailing list so that you can subscribe to receive the video podcast and show notes directly in your email when it becomes available. You can subscribe at http://eepurl.com/zJ9lH . ( copy and paste " http://eepurl.com/zJ9lH " and it should open the subscription page ) Hope this helps, Ariana

05/22/2013 Flag

Hi NRBquilter, Promise I only posted once and yet you get my answer twice. I posted the question to Carol under Lesson 9 minute 16-17. Hope this helps, Cheers, Ariana

05/22/2013 Flag

Hi NRBquilter, Promise I only posted once and yet you get my answer twice. I posted the question to Carol under Lesson 9 minute 16-17. Hope this helps, Cheers, Ariana

05/22/2013 Flag

I have created a video diary in the form of a podcast. In the 3rd video podcast (41 minutes) , I conclude my experience in this Craftsy class on Celtic Cables by Carol Feller. You can watch it directly at ( http://traffic.libsyn.com/quiltmoxie/3Entrelac-on-Craftsy.mp4 ) or you can subscribe to it on iTunes. and even easier.... Get every Episode with Show Notes delivered to your email ! Subscribe with your email address "Subscribe Podcast by email" ( http://eepurl.com/zJ9lH )

06/05/2013 Flag