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I've lost it!
Posted by: knittingmom (IP Logged)
Date: May 15, 2009 09:59AM

When we moved I apparently lost a favorite pattern. It's a bottom-up bed cape pattern that begins with large circular needles and progresses to smaller ones to complete the shaping. I've made several and want to do so again for my chemo/radiation facility. It was in a small booklet (perhaps a Workbasket).

With this description, does anyone recognize the possible pattern? I'd appreciate knowing the number of sts to begin, knitting stitch pattern (it is simple) and where the change of needle size occurs. Otherwise, think I can wing it from there.

Thanks so much for your help and Happy Knitting!!! Marian

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  I've lost it! knittingmom 05/15/2009 09:59AM
  Re: I've lost it! KT 05/15/2009 10:21AM

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