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Old 08-13-2007, 08:20 PM   #21
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Now I know why I've never finished my IHS. Been OTN for ages.

Getting frogged to be redone right! Love the reversiblness!

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Old 08-13-2007, 10:39 PM   #22
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Sliver I can't get the hat pattern to come up every time I click on it the scarf comes up

NEVER MIND I FIGURED IT OUT CLICK ON PIC NOT WORDS
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Old 08-14-2007, 03:34 PM   #23
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Hey, yeah, I actually figured that you'd let us sell them. I'm so excited about that, and I was kinda making a joke. lol
In any case, you rock!
Oh sorry, sometimes i'm a little dense. lol

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So that's what you did with that sale SWS yarn!!!
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Sliver I can't get the hat pattern to come up every time I click on it the scarf comes up

NEVER MIND I FIGURED IT OUT CLICK ON PIC NOT WORDS
It wasn't your fault, it was mine. I fixed it.
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Old 08-14-2007, 03:48 PM   #24
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Wow, those are brilliant!

I've wanted to make the Irish Hiking Scarf for a while now, but was turned off by it having a wrong side (thus is the woe of many beautiful scarves), but this I've GOT to try! And that hat! *swoon*

Now, to find the yarn...
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I loved the yarn too. I guess this is a stupid question, but how did the colors change so uniformly?????? I'm not familiar with the yarn, it's a Paton's right?
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Originally Posted by Arielluria View Post
I loved the yarn too. I guess this is a stupid question, but how did the colors change so uniformly?????? I'm not familiar with the yarn, it's a Paton's right?
It's not a stupid question. The colors change like that in the skein, all on their own. When it was time to add on another skein, I pulled out yarn until I got to the same spot the last skein ended with and started there so the color changes stayed in sequence.
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Silver, you rock!
I just finished my first pair of socks with your tutorial (am planning MANY more) and I just ordered my first mmmmmMalabrigo to make an IHS - but the reversiblness of the Palindrome trumps that. I love it!
You're rocking my knitting world! Thank you!
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I see, so you have lots of ends to weave in at the end?????

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It's not a stupid question. The colors change like that in the skein, all on their own. When it was time to add on another skein, I pulled out yarn until I got to the same spot the last skein ended with and started there so the color changes stayed in sequence.
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I see, so you have lots of ends to weave in at the end?????
Nope. I use the felted join method. NO tails to weave in!
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I have never heard of the "felted join method". Can you explain?????
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