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Re: ?? Written patterns
Posted by: jeanette (IP Logged)
Date: November 06, 2008 11:46AM

I know what you mean. Maybe they're using a stitch marker that opens up and is placed on the stitch. That could be why it doesn't mention moving the marker along.
Is this a pattern you found on the internet? You really have to be careful with those. They oftentimes have errors. My question a few weeks back about a Barbie wedding dress had no gauge and required 2 3/4 needles. Does anyone know what a 3/4 needle is? Am I reading this incorrectly?

Good luck! Jeanette



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  Re: ?? Written patterns jeanette 11/06/2008 11:46AM
  Re: ?? Written patterns ami 11/06/2008 02:31PM
  Re: ?? Written patterns knittingmom 11/06/2008 02:34PM
  Re: ?? Written patterns KT 11/06/2008 04:21PM


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