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Old 03-28-2005, 04:13 PM   #1
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Rowan Knitting magazine front cover pattern!
Hi! Wow, this is an incredible pattern:

http://www.theknittinggarden.com/ro-mag37.htm

It certainly is an expensive magazine however. That is a dress actually, sort of dress, but it'd look great as a top. I did a search for similar patterns but didn't see anything out there that is this beautiful.

Does anybody pay $20 for a magazine!? Geesh.
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Old 03-28-2005, 04:15 PM   #2
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My friend has over half of their mags. I haven't had a chance to look through this one yet though. Pattern looks so pretty.
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Old 03-28-2005, 04:22 PM   #3
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you can view all the patterns at their website. Here's the link for their latest mag: Mag 27
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Ok, thanks a lot!!! Now I HAVE to spend $20 on the book. Too many patterns I'm over..... :D
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Oh my....generally I think that knit purses are pretty fug, but that Heirloom Purse is making me cry with lust. I may just see if anyone at my knitting group tonight likes something else, and then split the magazine with them. (or maybe my library carries it....hmmmm....)


Their yarns are also a wee pricey, eh?
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Originally Posted by YarnMommy
fug
Is that like "fugly" or something different?
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fug.. fugly... it's a real shame when we have to shorten our slang... :rofling:
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Thanks belderaan... I forgot to come back here! Yeah, I joined their site but you can't get at the patterns of course unless you buy the magazine. (it's not even a BOOK) But after looking through their patterns due to you, I see they are FABULOUS, most of them.

A day will come..... ha ha, when we can just look at that pattern and make it ourselves!

I like the little purple poncho with the flower. It's little and interesting.

Hmmmm. Oh, btw, if you sign up for their, Rowan's, newsletter they send you a free pattern which wasn't bad.
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I wonder if it's a pattern that's already published in one of their mags....Think I'll check it out. I have a big list of items to knit from Rowan. Someday when I can make sweaters, someday.....

Haha, did I have an influence on you Vic??
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yeah yeah! you did belda... (what is this name from?!)

Now I want to subscribe to the darn thing and it's outrageously expensive. Those patterns in there are super.
Oh, btw, I posted Rowan will send a free pattern if you sign up with their newsletter but I got ... confused. It was a
Tahki yarn site.

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