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Comments About "Garter Stitch Shawl with Slip Stitch Border"

These are the comments about "Garter Stitch Shawl with Slip Stitch Border". There are 11 total comments on this article.

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Poster: roslyn trezise
August 5, 2013

This pattern like all the patterns are brilliant thanks a million
Poster: mavis moreby
May 14, 2012

Row 1 has three lines of insruction. Row 2 and all even rows are knit rows.
Row 3 has 5 lines of instruction and the next instruction means repeat rows 1 to 4 twenty-seven times - that brings you to the total of 108 rows Then continue starting at row 109. Hope this helps, and please, if you need any more help,just drop me a line. Mavis altogether,is work 108
Poster: Kathy
June 2, 2012

If you open a word document and then highlight the instructions, right click, and copy then paste onto your document. If you catch any of the ad you should be able to delete the pictures and text.

When I did it I caught up the picture of the ad and it did not paste with the instructions.

Hope this helps
Kathy
Poster: Elaine Phillips
December 14, 2012

The gauge is 12 st x 24 rows = 4" x 4" (10 x 10 cm).
To make the shawl smaller, start the border after row 100or even earlier.
Poster: Elaine Phillips
May 28, 2013

Yes, I do
Poster: Geri
May 27, 2013

Thank you so much for this wonderful pattern. It is just perfect for the wool I have on hand and will be absolutely lovely to cuddle up in this winter. I was so pleased to have found it!! You have made my day!! Thank you again...you are super!!
Poster: Phyllis Parker
May 27, 2013

Do you increase in rows 115-117?
Poster: Noreen Olshewsky
December 12, 2012

Firstly, explain what is meant by
e.g. 30-40sts for 4 inches as here in
south africa we get the exact amount of sts required on our patterns. Also, I am short so, how do I adjust this shawl for myself. It is a beautiful pattern
Hope you can help me.
Poster: amethystlady2
December 11, 2012

I LOVE the look of this---it would make a fantastic poncho---but I am not ANY good at doing math OR changing a pattern entirely into something else...;-]
It really looks great tho!
Poster: Barbara Bosnick
April 30, 2012

I want to print the pattern but there's some ad right in the middle of the pattern. :(
Poster: Susan
April 30, 2012

Hi.

I'm sorry but I am confused. I can't see a row 2 at all in the pattern.
Also, at the end of row 3 it says to do 108 rounds. Rounds of what? Row 3 or what row are you referring to? It is a very nice pattern and I'm hoping you can clear this up for me so I can make one for myself.

Thanks
Susan
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