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Old 07-31-2013, 09:38 PM   #1
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help finding good recipe please?
Can anyone tell me of an amazing zip-up hooded sweater recipe? I've looked on here but I don't like the one posted. Also if anyone knows of an equally amazing knuckle glove recipe that'd be great if you could direct me in the right direction. As with most people, I'd prefer then to be free. Thank you to all who can help
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Old 08-01-2013, 12:32 PM   #2
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I noticed this post last night but didn't really know what to say so I left it for someone else. However, I don't want you to feel ignored.

What do you mean by recipe? Do you want a pattern or general guidelines on how to construct your garment? I think of a recipe as something which will guide you but doesn't tell you exactly what to do, as in how to make socks without a pattern. Which one did you look at on here but don't like? There are tons of patterns out there so something to narrow it down would help. Have you looked at ravelry or knittingatplay.com?
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Re: Pattern Central
Originally Posted by GrumpyGramma View Post
I noticed this post last night but didn't really know what to say so I left it for someone else. However, I don't want you to feel ignored.

What do you mean by recipe? Do you want a pattern or general guidelines on how to construct your garment? I think of a recipe as something which will guide you but doesn't tell you exactly what to do, as in how to make socks without a pattern. Which one did you look at on here but don't like? There are tons of patterns out there so something to narrow it down would help. Have you looked at ravelry or knittingatplay.com?
Well either really would be fine. I'd LOVE to be able to make my own so if I could get a general outline of how to do that I'd appreciate it. I don't remember the name but it was in women's sweaters, it was a purple hoody done in primarily seed and stockinette I believe. it wasn't the stitch just the look of it. I have not tried ravelry and have not heard of knittingatplay.com so I'll try that site. once again if someone could help with a general outline that would be great and appreciated
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Just type in "recipe" on the pattern search on Ravelry. It brought up 41 pages!
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