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Wednesday, 04 July 2007



yeah, it does, thanks so much!


Hi Ruth, tried to send email but twice it boubced back – I'm hoping you'll come back here and see if I left a reply. Fingers crossed!

YF = yarn forward.

So in the first row of the pattern, you knit 3 stitches, and the yarn is at the back of the work on the right hand needle, so just bring the yarn forward or to the front of the work and then knit two stitches together. Then the yarn is at the back again and bring it to the front and knit 2 stitches together again.

Does that help?


Hi! I'd love to make this scarf... but I don't know what a "YF" is. help? :-)


Oh, you're in Melb! (I'm in Syd). Thanks for your lovely comments. I've added you to my bloglines.

Marilyn at Wondoflex

Bouton D'Or Dandy was just a lovely yarn and it certainly deserved lots of YFS and K2togs - it looks lovely and I am sure is just delightful to wear.

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