Wednesday, June 15, 2011

free caramel for you



pattern is ready and hopefully without major errors....
get your free copy here or here and enjoy knitting!!
special thanks to becca,...sometimes it's only a small step
to the right way ;))))


can hardly wait to see your caramellos ;)

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did a little sewing today,
found an old tablecloth my mum gave me last year
and had fun to make a cute dress out of it..



37 comments:

  1. i'm so excited for you! first of all.. thank you so much for sharing your pattern! and also, what a talented sewer you are!
    i've made reference to your caramel already..
    http://inanook.blogspot.com/ i'm very excited to be swatching for it. ... and searching through my stash to find the perfect yarn for it.
    congrats on the pattern!xo
    becca

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  2. yey! that's great news! another one in my queue, congratulations and thanks for making the pattern available!

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  3. Thank you so much for sharing your pattern. I love this simple vest and it fits you very well!

    malipat

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  4. I love your dress! Very pretty.

    Thank you for this great pattern.

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  5. I love your dress! Very pretty.
    Thank you for the great pattern!

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  6. I've seen a lot of sweater patterns with this style of front this season and, I have to say, I love them! I'm off to queue it!

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  7. Thanks for this new pattern ! (And your nice comment on my blog)
    I'll try it very soon because i'm into a stripy mood right now. By the way i really like you style, casual, simple and full of charming details.

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  8. Thank you for sharing the caramel pattern and I love that dress! Awesome!

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  9. thank you for sharing the pattern!! can't wait to make my own :)

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  10. Thank you for the pattern.
    Valérie

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  11. Thank You for the pattern! Love it!!! :D

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  12. Thank you so much for sharing your pattern! It's very very pretty, I love it.

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  13. Thanks for the pattern, i love it !

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  14. i found this via pinterest and i am so happy for the free pattern. thank you!

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  15. thank you so much ! beautiful !
    lau

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  16. Thank you for making this pattern available - it's so lovely!

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  17. Looking für a topdown-raglan I found Caramel and Pauli, wonderfully done and very nice colouring. I downloaded them both.
    Thank you very much for sharing the patterns.
    I´ll create a link as soon I´ll start knitting my own RVO

    maliz

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  18. Thank you for a wonderful pattern. I hope to do it justice sometime this year

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  19. wow I really love this. it's so simple. but gorgeous. am thinking this will be the first sweater i attempt for myself. thanks for sharing!

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  20. Thank you for the lovely pattern! Thanks for sharing :)

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  21. This looks perfect for some lovely yarn in my stash! Thanks so much for sharing your talents - I will post a picture on Ravelry. diane

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  22. I wonder if the front edges to fold inwards at Caramel? Is that intentional?

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  23. Found your pattern on pinterest. I can't wait to knit one. Thanks for sharing.

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  24. Is it possible to get a german translated copie ?
    Thank you...

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  25. I've seen now this pattern. It's beautiful!!! Thank you, Tiziana

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  26. I just had to let you know that I made this cardigan, and am about to start a second one. I wear it constantly, and absolutely love how easy it is to make "your own" with variations. So comfy and versatile. Thank you!

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  27. Saw this on Pinterest and straightaway thought 'I want it.' It's simple yet very stylish. I have a couple of main projects on my needles and hooks but hope to get to this soon.

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  28. thank you for this lovely pattern, I knitt it last month.
    http://zabelle.over-blog.fr/article-j-ai-tricote-un-caramel-123939573.html

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  29. Just started this pattern. Just double checking, the RS rows between the increases say work st between frontbands as they appear, so I'm p to 3 before M then k1 p1 k1 sm k1p1k1 and so on correct?

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    1. absolutely correct...hope you'll have fun with it

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  30. Thanks, do you suggest carrying the yarn through the stripe or cut it and weave in the tails?

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  31. you can carry up the yarns, but I would suggest to move the color change to one of the "side seams", otherwise you will see the carried yarn at the edge

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  32. Love the pattern! This is my attempt on making a cardigan. I followed the pattern up to the increases at 267 sts. on my needles. My problem is I don't get the 81 front sts., 66 sleeve and 107 sts for the back. What am i doing wrong?

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    1. Hmmmm...to answer I would need more information
      at first it seams that you mixed up some st counts...the 267 sts is the st count after separating sleeves from body, the other st counts are what you have before separating and these are correct
      After the very first inc row you have:
      54 sts (front) - 12 sts (sleeve) - 51 sts (back)
      then you do inc rows (in your case 27 additional inc rows) on every RS row until you have:
      81 sts (front) - 66 sts (sleeve) - 105 sts (back)
      this will be a total of 399 sts on your needle

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    2. Oh! Okay, i thought the total after my increases was to be the 267sts. Now that makes since. Thank you for clearing this up for me. Again this is my 1st time making a cardigan. :)

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