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Lapso Short

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Design Your Own Cowl taught by Laura Nelkin

Keep yourself and loved ones feeling snug and looking stylish in your one-of-a-kind cowls. Use Laura's templates and techniques to breeze through designing original cowls.

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Category Knitting
Type Accessory
Yarn Weight Sport (5 ply)
Sizing Unisex
Style Classic
Laura Nelkin on craftsy.com

What needles did you use? US 6 / 4.0 mm / UK 8

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I bought some lovely yarn, but can't remember for what class or project!! I have 2 balls of Lorna's Laces / Shepherd Sport. Is it for this project???? Help!!!

05/02/2014 Flag

I'm having the same problem. The same yarn arrived today but I don't know what pattern it is for!

06/23/2014 Flag

I have a little trick for you Ladies. When I place an order for yarn, I print the order and I print the pattern it is for and put them together or even just write on the order what the yarn is for. This way when my order arrives, I know for which project I bought it. I also have a stash of yarn I don't remember for which project I bought it in the first place. :)

06/28/2014 Flag

Additional Suggestion - For those of us who do not need two lines for the address or who do not need a company name and a personal name in the address, or if there is a place on the order blank to indicate that this is sent "attn." somebody, if you are not buying too many different yarns at once, use the otherwise blank space to indicate either the pattern numbers or names, or a code that you write on the corner of your pattern - perhaps C13 means the thirteenth cowl pattern in your file, and H2 is the second pattern in your hat pattern file. Then when the yarn arrives you can pull copies of all the patterns you plan to use and store them in a bag with the associated yarn. Giant ziplock bags work well because you can see the pattern through the side of the bag. There are ziplock bags that will hold enough yarn for even a large afghan, although sometimes these are not available in your neighborhood grocery store. You can chain the codes together and fit lots of information. For example, the second address line might say: Attn: c12, sw22, h4, lw9, af28, sh22 meaning your cowl pattern #12, sweater #22, hat #4, legwarmer #9, afghan #28, and shawl #22. If you put the patterns with the yarn as soon as the shipment arrives, or at least have a copy of each pattern ready to put in the box as soon as the box arrives if you plan to store the yarn in the box for a while, you will have fewer orphan yarns. You can even have a code for "I do not know what I will do with this yarn but it was too yummy to pass up!"

06/29/2014 Flag