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Stranded Tam

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Here are some details about my project:
Category Knitting
Type Accessory
Sizing Women
Style Classic, Traditional
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What was your source for this knitting project? Online Photo or Website
Name of website or photo Three Tams

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What materials did you use? Worsted weight yarns: one solid color (Ella Rae Classic yarn) and one variegated (KnitPicks Chroma Worsted), size 3 and 5 needles

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What are you most proud of? The color combination.

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What advice would you give someone starting this project? Don't think that this is really hard to do--it isn't! It just takes a bit of practice to get your tension even.

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Thanks for the link. I copied and saved it on my computer. I'm sure I will make one.

07/24/2011 Flag

Trudi, pleasing color combination, lovely tam. Even the inside looks nice,

01/11/2012 Flag

Looks great. I've used this pattern as well.

01/20/2012 Flag

Lovely pattern and colours. It reminds me of chrysanthemum quilts, but the six-petalled flower in the centre fits even better with that design.

11/05/2012 Flag

Would someone please consider doing a brief tutorial in the proper way to read the charts that accompany knitting in the round like this? LOVE this pattern and got it started, but am having trouble continuing on as the "blank spaces" on the chart aren't lining up with my work! =( Would love to finish this - please H*E*L*P! Thanks! ;)

01/07/2013 Flag

Let me see what I can do tomorrow in the way of explaining. Or maybe we can connect in Ravelry (where you will find me as Trudi) and I can try to help you figure out what is going on.

01/07/2013 Flag

Are you up to round 30? If so, go back and use the last stitch from round 29 as the first of the two slipped knitwise stitches. If you use the last stitch from the previous round as the first slipped stitch each time you need to do a decrease, that should take care of the problem. I hope it does!

01/08/2013 Flag