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Would like the pattern in English of Shalom Cardigan. thanks
How kind of Ms. Nagy to translate, and how generous of you to make the pattern available in the first place! It has been in my ravelry list for months, just waiting for the perfect yarn to come along. Maybe soon... :)
Thank you for this pattern. It's such a simple design, yet the outcome is amazingly beautiful! I can't wait to knit it for my niece. I came here to DL the sweater pattern, but got hooked to spend an hour reading about and admiring your pottery. Your color palette is exactly what I'm using in each room of my home as we're remodeling. Lovely and earthy.
I am interested in teaching the Shalom cardigan as a class at my LYS. Is there a way to reach you for permission?
Hej :-) I knitted Shalom Cardigan:-) Ester's translate was so helpful to me! Tahnk you for the pattern!http://zsuzsasagok.blogspot.com/
I have been enjoying your blog. I, too work in clay. Not so much on the wheel but am very inspired by your work. This may be the spring that I try the Shalom sweater.
Hello and thank you to share this wonderful pattern. I'm beginning it but have a problem: cast on 67 stiches but while increasing the first time I only have 91 stiches ant not 107... While counting I find 91 too... I'm lost....Can you help me please???Thanks a lotMaud
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Please forward the English pattern; would LOVE to try it. Leatims@gmail.com THANKS!
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