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Glam Shells Summer Project!

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by Maiden Brooklyn

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Category Knitting
Type Clothing
Yarn Weight Fingering (4 ply)
Sizing Women
Style Classic, Preppy, Whimsical, Romantic
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What needles did you use? US 6 / 4.0 mm / UK 8

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What materials did you use? 100% Merino Wool, fingering weight, hand-dyed, from my LYS.

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Loved this project! Worked up surprisingly fast - had a few days off around Independence Day and got it done in 3 days! Excited to get it off the block once it's dry.

07/07/2014 Flag

Katie, you have finished the Glam Shells. Did you run into a problem on row 25 of shells, that the double decreases were not in the correct side? When I do the first "edge" I am one short. When I get tot he next "edge" before the middle, I am one over, but the 11's are all over each other like they should be. So, I am wondering if the second decrease should have been on the opposite edge? Thanks. Donna in SC

07/27/2014 Flag

You know I'm so sorry but I don't remember! I think I might remember that the pattern didn't explicitly call out some ws rows so I put them in there anyway and only did inc and dec on the rs. I'm really not sure though....so sorry that I'm not more help!

08/01/2014 Flag

oops, forgot to leave an email address:dustbunniesfun@aol.com

07/27/2014 Flag

I understand that all increase/decrease is on rs. But, when I get to row 25 of the shell, there are double decreases. Each half of the shawl has a "border" around the 11 stitch repeat. One is a stitch larger than the other. When I do the one that calls for two double decreases, I am one stitch short, and the one that has only one is a stitch over. So, I am wondering if they are written on the wrong half? Do you remember anything about this? Thanks Donna dustbunniesfun@aol.com

08/01/2014 Flag