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Old 01-18-2009, 02:57 PM   #11
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I checked out the ones on Ravelry. That's how I saw the purl ridge detail...
Some pretty ones on there! I queued it in my projects, too.
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Old 01-19-2009, 10:47 PM   #12
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Quiltlady, have you checked for errata for this pattern?
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I have to admit that I didn't check for any errors. So far the back is very basic and didn't notice anything "out of the ordinary". I am following the pattern just as it is written since I like how it all looks just the way it is.
If anyone finds any "mistakes" please let us know.
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I'll check if I can figure how to do it. I always check for errata for online patterns, but don't know where to begin for a book. I think I'll post a new thread here, asking.
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Old 01-20-2009, 02:26 PM   #15
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You could most probably find this out from the individuals that have it posted in their projects on Ravelry as well. I did a google for it and no results came up.
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Old 01-20-2009, 06:19 PM   #16
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I love the jumper! I have just ordered the book and would love to knit it. I think bamboo would look nice, but when I get the book I will check the pattern and tension out properly. I tried to get a cheap copy on E-bay but both dealers I tried did not deal with New Zealand even though I have Pay-Pal. Never mind, even though I have paid full price here in NZ, it looks like a lovely book. Will join in as soon as got book and suitable yarn.

We have next to nothing in Kaitaia, just very cheap and nasty acrylic c#*@p or baby wool, so will have to source some nice stuff on line as well.
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Well, I finally decided on my yarn and ordered it: Cotlin from KP. The color is kohlrabi, a soft pretty green. I can't wait to start, but have to finish 2 Gryffindor scarves, actually one Gryffindor and one pink one done just like the Gryffindor ones, for 2 of my my dgds. The pink one is for the 4 year old who has never seen Harry Potter, of course, but wants to be just like her big sister, except pink or purple!!
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Old 01-21-2009, 01:48 PM   #18
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Your yarn choice sounds great and I love the color.

So far so good on knitting this. I am using the stitch markers before and after the design in the center I also put markers around the two stitches that are in the very center of the design. That way I cannot get "mixed up". I knit while I watch tv and sometimes get distracted easily but with the markers I can't!! This really is a very easy and fast knit.
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Excellent! What is the guage so I can go ahead and do a swatch?
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Mwhite, I just added you as a friend on Ravelry; I'm losnana there also. I think I'm going to omit the purl ridges also. I know I'm going to knit it in the round as much as I can. Please let me know if you run into any problems with your changes.
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