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Old 01-13-2013, 10:15 AM   #11
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Can you tell me how to get the free pattern? it says to type in HappyBday at checkout. I haven't ever checked out of Ravelry.....is it the same as log off?
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Old 01-13-2013, 10:23 AM   #12
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Originally Posted by JudyD View Post
Thank you for the link! I got the Teaberry baby blanket. I make so many baby blankets for charity I try not to pay for patterns so I can buy more yarn.

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I got it 2 I have to wait to start it though, I'm gonna make one for my great cousin Josh
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Old 01-13-2013, 10:38 AM   #13
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Originally Posted by Woodi View Post
Can you tell me how to get the free pattern? it says to type in HappyBday at checkout. I haven't ever checked out of Ravelry.....is it the same as log off?
*thinking how I did it*

You click on the Buy button, then there's a place for the code (there might be an "apply" button), it takes the price of the pattern away and you get your free d/l. It will tell you it's stored somewhere on Ravelry for you, and you get an email.
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Old 01-13-2013, 11:48 AM   #14
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Didn't see anything I liked, but thanks for posting nonetheless.
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Old 01-13-2013, 01:58 PM   #15
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Yes, just pretend you're going to buy it then there is a spot to put the code and then click apply.

I actually had Teaberry on my favorites and may still buy it at some point.
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Thanks, got it! I chose the Vice-Versa scarf.
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Thanks, got it! I chose the Vice-Versa scarf.
That's pretty, too! I've got it in my favorites.
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Old 01-13-2013, 03:16 PM   #18
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Thank you for posting this. I got Serra because it's cute, it's seamless, and it has set-in sleeves. This is a technique I really want to learn. This knit should prove interesting. From the pattern:


I really hope I'm up to it.
I just found out when I joined her group that the sleeves are of a "seamless set in" type. I have wanted to do that so I may purchase and do this sometime. After I get the other myriad things done I need to do.
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I just found out when I joined her group that the sleeves are of a "seamless set in" type. I have wanted to do that so I may purchase and do this sometime. After I get the other myriad things done I need to do.
Apparently she realizes that it can be confusing and so she is handling questions on the forum. That sounds a lot different from the h*** spawn designer ArtLady was talking about. I'm in no rush so if you get ready to knit it by the time I figure out what yarn I'm using (who knows how long that will take?) and I also get a few things taken care of, maybe we can KAL it. If anyone else is interested...well, misery loves company after all. Those sleeves should be worth learning but it could be a real challenge. The very thing I want to learn is what's helping me stall. Go figure.

I think I might actually buy the book she mentions, Knitting From The Top.
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I have that book. It's a good one, but be aware it's paperback and its mostly text and drawings, even the patterns. I think there is one photo in black and white. The original copyright is 1972. There are lots of basic patterns
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