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Comments About "Seamless Round Yoke Fisherman's Cardigan"

These are the comments about "Seamless Round Yoke Fisherman's Cardigan". There are 14 total comments on this article.

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Poster: MaryBeth Billington
December 1, 2017

I see you've noted 11 buttons are required, but I don't see which size is required or preferred. I'm hoping I have purchased the correct size. What size do you recommend?
Poster: Lois Michielli
November 7, 2017

I’m confused about the neckline shaping with short rows. Is that for this sweater? You start from the neck down. I don’t see where this shaping comes into the pattern.
Poster: Elaine Phillips
November 14, 2017

The short row part starts right after the last increase section of the yoke.
November 14, 2017

Thank you for your response. After much thought, I did finally understand and figure it out.
Poster: Lois Michielli
November 15, 2017

But that’s where you divide for the sleeves! I don’t see where that fits in.
Poster: Ellisen
November 7, 2017

Lovely Cardi. Have the yarn ready to start now! Thanks for sharing the pattern with us. :)
November 7, 2017

I am very confused when the pattern suddenly jumps to the “short rows” for the neck line. What needles do I use? And am I suppose to attach a new ball of wool?
Poster: Elaine Phillips
November 14, 2017

The short row part starts right after the last increase section of the yoke. You have to continue knitting on the same needles and with the working yarn.
Poster: JoAnn Sanders
November 2, 2017

I'm confused about how many rows are there in the neck ribbing. Have i missed that some where?
Poster: Ellen
November 7, 2017

The neckline ribbing is almost the last line in the pattern. It is 6 rows, k1 p1.
Poster: Judi
October 31, 2017

I love this cardigan . Do you have instructions for it in crocheting?
Poster: Lyn VJ Bennett Wilson
September 10, 2017

Stunning pattern! I love it! Thank you so much!
Poster: Jessica-Jean
September 9, 2017

Thank you for this lovely pattern.
Knowing my derriere to be larger than I'd like, I'll be doing it with the darker colours towards the bottom.

Is there any reason the eyelet rounds aren't continued in the sleeves?
Poster: Sandra Youngman
September 9, 2017

It would be really nice if you would also include a PDF link to the free pattern on- in future emails.
Thank You.
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