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January 15, 2007



I think this is also called brioche stitch.

Carol Udd


I've been searching for graphs for patent knitting patterns.

Does your old knitting book have any?

Do you know where I could find them?

I'm Australian and I first learned about Patant knitting from my German Physiotherapist in Africa.

Her work was beautiful in just 2 soft colors.

BTW, in Australia, that stitch you used for the scarf, is called Fisherman's knit because it makes a nice thick, warm sweater for fishermen.

Here's hoping,


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