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September 03, 2004

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Elisabeth

Hi again :)
That was a quick answer! I just go up - it's 8 o'clock in the morning here in DK, and I'm off to university soon... Thank you so much for your help! I'll save that description and use it for my next scarf!

Have a nice day! :)
Elisabeth

Linda

I'm making klaralund and I have the book. If you tell me what size you want to make I'd be happy to tell you how many stitches to cast on and start you out on the pattern. The pattern is amazing simple, a few rows of garter stitch, then switch to stockinette, then back to garter. Its a rectangle - no increases or decreases.

Theresa

I'm thinking about converting the eyelet cardi pattern into something that can be done on a machine instead of by hand. I know it's something I'll actually wear, but I have a feeling that I won't have the patience to actually hand knit it all the way to the finish line...

barbara

Thanks for the offer Linda, but I guess I'll just wait until my book comes. I've been reading that Klaralund is a quick knit, and I have a feeling I'm gonna want to finish it once I start.

Theresa, I think that's a great idea to convert the cardi to a machine pattern. Now where was I? Oh yeah, only 6 more rows until I get to increase again! Yippee!

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