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Old 11-25-2007, 11:21 AM   #11
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I like the seed stitch boarders. Does it just end with the seed stitch or is there a facing?
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Old 11-25-2007, 12:13 PM   #12
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Originally Posted by Kime View Post
I like the seed stitch boarders. Does it just end with the seed stitch or is there a facing?
No facing. The cuffs just end. The seed borders look identical on both sides. That is what is nice about seed stitch. There is no wrong side! I can also turn up the cuffs and they stay put. The cuffs hit my arm "mid-forearm"...so I can swash around in the kitchen sink if needs be!
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That is one lovely bed jacket there! Is that double moss stitch - K2. P2. Next row - P2 K2? I think it's a very nice colour for bed jacket, kinda tells you "go to sleep" We don't have any heating in our apartment, beside a radiator, so I'll need a few of these on together to keep warm
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Originally Posted by KnittingNat View Post
That is one lovely bed jacket there! Is that double moss stitch - K2. P2. Next row - P2 K2? I think it's a very nice colour for bed jacket, kinda tells you "go to sleep" We don't have any heating in our apartment, beside a radiator, so I'll need a few of these on together to keep warm
No, double moss stitch is still k1 p1 on the individual row. But, it is called dbl moss st because it STACKS two rows up. The "double" pertains to the height of the moss st...not the width of the moss st. It stacks two rows tall to be complete... whereas regular seed st (some call it moss stitch) stacks just one row tall.

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Row1: k1 p1 across
Row 2: knit the knits, purl the purls
Row 3: p1 k1
Row 4: purl the purls, knit the knits
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Old 11-25-2007, 09:43 PM   #16
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Beautiful work, as always! I love your pattern changes!
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Not only did you make one, but you made three of these !! I am in awe of you. Wonderful job - I dare say I would put it on and never take it off again.
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Very pretty! You do love you some bed jackets! So what, exactly, is a bed jacket? Is it something meant to lounge in?
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Very pretty but, HOW MUCH TIME are you planning to spend IN BED
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