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Old 01-09-2010, 03:58 PM   #1
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Herringbone Fair Isle Stitch Pattern
Can one provide a link to a stitch pattern for herringbone fair isle or provide information about it? I would like to make a cardigan in the round with steeks using herringbone fair isle and Rowan Felted Tweed. I probably will just use a change of needle sizes for waist shaping. If anyone has advice about the stitch pattern or any other aspect of the proposed project, I would appreciate it.
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Don't want you to think we are ignoring you... I've looked a bit and that's going to be fairly hard to find unless you find it in another pattern and use it. Or it might be a book with fair isle or colorwork.

ETA: Is this what you want? Is a sock done in the round so if you're knitting the scarf flat you'll have to adapt.

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