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Several of you have asked for patterns, in English, from Dale Garn’s new “Urban Retro” Book #320. Unfortunately, they did not translate the entire book from its original Norwegian to English; but, the designs are now available, in English, as … Continue reading
We’ve just received a shipment of three brand new Dale books, with instructions in English. Hopefully, they’ll be up on the website before long. But, in the meantime, click on the links below to see gorgeous full screen PDF photos … Continue reading
I had a little time this weekend to finally get back to my Vancouver v-neck. The solid portions make for great spectator knitting but, boy, am I ever happy to be back into colorwork!
I’m plugging along happily on my Dale of Norway Vancouver V-neck. However, I have stumbled across a couple of minor errors in their Vancouver V-neck #21302 pattern that I thought I’d mention, since I know many of you are just … Continue reading
I’m just past the base of the neckline now. I think it really helps to put a marker on either side of those steek stitches so that you know exactly where to make your decreases: