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Old 04-05-2005, 04:24 PM   #11
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Well, sorry for some bad news. I already looked at Amazon for the paperback version of the book.....It's not available until November!!!! I almost cried when I found this out a few weeks ago. I want the book so badly. Maybe I'll have to try the library.
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Old 04-05-2005, 07:19 PM   #12
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Originally Posted by DotMom61
Well, I guess I ought to close this note out so that Kelly can have a chance to say something!

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I looked through the rug book at my LYS today & LOVE LOVE LOVE the loop st bath rug......I have so many projects on my list that I might be able to wait until November to get the paperback version....
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Old 06-10-2005, 05:50 PM   #13
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Originally Posted by KellyK
Hey, Julie! How do you like that book? Are there any loopy bath rugs in it? If so, Do you have a way to scan or take a pic & pm me with it? Ive been trying to decide whether or not to buy that book from Amazon, but I REALLY WISH they would let you see pics of all the patterns. NONE of my local book stores have it in stock....etc etc etc blah blah blah!
OK, Kelly -- I know you're in Cancun and that this post is 2 months old, but I just ran across a method and yarns in Interweave Knits that I think would make a really cool bathrug. Check out this pattern. It's actually for a bath mitt -- which also looks really nice -- but if you read through the section on how to weave the "pigtail" cotton in with the knit cotton, it sounds to me like it would make a really nice plushy (although not loopy) bath rug!

Did you ever get the Knitted Rugs book?? Did you try the loopy bath rug?
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Julie did you get the answer to your question about the last 3 sts. That book may not have been clear but what you do is the normal double dec that you have been doing since the first row.

I'm working on a sweater in this type of knitting and have made an afghan, vest, jacket and hats using it. I like it a lot. I do diagnol rows rather than seperate squares. Lots less ends to work in.
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Originally Posted by Soxy
Julie did you get the answer to your question about the last 3 sts. That book may not have been clear but what you do is the normal double dec that you have been doing since the first row.

I'm working on a sweater in this type of knitting and have made an afghan, vest, jacket and hats using it. I like it a lot. I do diagnol rows rather than seperate squares. Lots less ends to work in.
Soxy --

Thank you, and I did figure it out eventually. It's been so long, I don't remember exactly what happened, but I basically ended up counting wrong. I've knit a couple of the squares now, but I lost my motivation for this and started working on a sweater & a few other things instead. I'll get back to it eventually.

Thanks for asking, though!!
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