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Comments About "Grand Canyon Cardigan"

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Poster: Olga
May 20, 2018

Poster: Carol
December 14, 2014

I agree. I have not been able to chart it so that I end up with 386 stitches at row 81. Have you successfully charted it? If so, would you be willing to share it with me?
Poster: Julie
January 23, 2015

I normally just copy/paste the patterns that i like into a Word folder where i keep all my knitting patterns.
Poster: Edwina Burnell
May 19, 2018

My sincere apologies, I hadn’t realised that you were emailing the pattern in pdf form once I had input my email address. My mistake. Many thanks.
Poster: Maureen
June 23, 2016

Love your wide variety of patterns, thank you.But. why are the majority of your patters knitted on circular needles. I simply am not able to work with them. Help
Poster: Marny CA
May 23, 2018

Maureen, circular needles are used when there are a lot of stitches. Usually straight needles do not hold as many sts comfortably. But you can use needles with which you are comfortable.

Worse case scenario: all the stitches won't fit and ease of a seamless will be more difficult.
Poster: Marny CA
March 9, 2015

This is really nice! I think, however, with my girth, sticking to one color is what I will do.

Thank you so much for sharing this!!
Poster: Jnel
December 23, 2014

Left a message in ravelry forum but would like to make this cardigan...
Do the raglan stitch markers travel with the middle stitch or does it simply stay in place & slip to next needle as I come to it? Keeping with pattern, the new m1 stitch becomes part of the front or part of the sleeve ?
Also, on the 2 row of the eyelet pattern, I am copying the stitches as the first row but reverse? So, in first row it is p3, k5 but the second row I will knit the p3 & purl the k5, it appears that is how the "in the rounds" rows are written.

I appreciate any help / direction others can provide. Thanks greatly ! Happy Holiday's & happy knitting !
Poster: Carol
June 25, 2016

Stitch markers always sit on the needle not on the stitch unless otherwise mentioned. I haven't read over the pattern so I can't help with your other questions, I hope you found help since you asked.
Poster: Cecelia
November 17, 2014

I would like to try this sweater at another time. Is there a way to save this sweater on my computer?
Poster: Janet Slivinski
May 20, 2018

How do you find a folder to put patterns in? and then how to find it. Sorry I am not to knowledgable on the computer.
Poster: Ursula
November 14, 2016

There are two ways to save it:
You can pin it to pinterest, if you have an account.
Or you can simply copy and past it into a word document on your computer, to print out and use when needed.
Poster: Margaret-Rose
May 20, 2018

How about simply downloading the .pdf file ?!
Poster: Anita Reynolds
November 17, 2014

It would be nice if a chart was included. Guess I'll just have to make my own.
Poster: Dale
November 29, 2015

Did you get a chart made for this? This is so simple to be so complicated. But i really like this cardigan.
Poster: Pat Backman
September 20, 2014

Looks not too difficult and very nicely tailored. Just might give it a try.
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