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Tuesday, 15 January 2008

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carla lockwood

I know a majority of this post is from 2008, but if anyone finds this and needs help, there is a great tutorial on YouTube that makes this so easy.

Lisa Foster

I found this blog as I have also been sooo frustrated by the catherines wheel. I have made a few squares of them but the sides are so confusing. I need more instructions!!!!!

Ruthie

If you can tell me where to find the pattern, please e-mail me and I would love to go to the site and begin working this pattern. I know it is a book called "The Ultimate Sourcebook for Knitting and Crocheting stitches." and it is put out by Reader's Digest but I can't find one of the books. Please help :) Thanks so much!

Ruthie

I have been looking for the Catherine's Wheel pattern. Can you please tell this crochet-loving grandmother of 8 1/3 where to find the pattern.:) I love it! Tks.

CurlyPops

I love the colour combination that you used. It's very pretty!

Aunty Shabby

I am actually a bit surprised by this scarf - it doesn't really look like your kind of thing at all, apart from the colours! You must tell me about the new ripple stich.

Thanks for the new link to me!!

di

Oh I feel for you- Moonstitches scarf is so beautiful, I can understand your urge to try the pattern too. And I can relate to the difficulties of crocheting cotton- It nearly put me off crocheting when I made my Amineko! (I'm currently working on a second one using wool, and it's so much easier on my hands!)

Anna Laura

I think it is looking good so far. I find it annoying when I see something I like but decided to work it in a different way and it doesn't work at all. But I guess sometimes it does so I shouldn't be too picky. I like th pinks and white as well. I am also a fan of the pink and green, I got a couch most people would think is ugly on ebay which is a floral pink and green number. Gareth hates it. I got it to go in my studio, which I imagined was large, with big windows and white walls and white floorboards.

Lyn

It's good to know when to walk away from something. I've just thrown a half completed baby cardigan to the floor because I finally admitted it looked really crap.
: )
That yarn is very pretty.

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