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  1. Michelle Hendricks

    Hi there Sarah
    I did send a previous message tonight – not sure i did this correctly but just wanted to tell you what a wonderful pattern i think the odd ball sampler is – i have bought wool as i did not have enought odd wool and am about to start but at least now i get it to match the colors in the room i am going to use it in.
    However, as i am South African I would prefer to have a SA map instead of the Australian one. Do you have a pattern for a SA map as i am not experienced enough to design one on my own, i thought I would first check with you before i replaced that block with a substitute.
    thanks and rgds
    Michelle

  2. Michelle Hendricks

    Hi there Sarah
    I did send a previous message tonight – not sure i did this correctly but just wanted to tell you what a wonderful pattern i think the odd ball sampler is – i have bought wool as i did not have enought odd wool and am about to start but at least now i get it to match the colors in the room i am going to use it in.
    However, as i am South African I would prefer to have a SA map instead of the Australian one. Do you have a pattern for a SA map as i am not experienced enough to design one on my own, i thought I would first check with you before i replaced that block with a substitute.
    thanks and rgds
    Michelle

  3. Jennifer Whalen

    Hi Sarah,
    Your site was one of the first I found when I started knitting again a few years ago, and I still (even after I’ve figured out Ravelry!)return to it for patterns. Thanks for putting them out there and maintaining the website!
    I’m especially fond of the Knut hat, and have made at least a dozen as gifts for newborn babies…and a few not-so-newborn 🙂 I have had a number of people ask whether or not I sell the hats — I do not, but I’m wondering what your policy is? I’ve spent some time poking around your FAQs and other pages, and I can’t seem to find anything that says whether or not I may sell items made from your patterns. Well, not that I can understand, anyway; perhaps that’s what “All Rights Reserved” is referring to? Sorry if I’m just stupid 🙂
    Good luck with the wiki-remodel, and Thanks.
    Jennifer

  4. megan h

    Hi Sarah
    I’ve just finished knitting the daffodil tea cozy from the pattern you had posted, and I am starting on the leaves now. But I am finding the instructions on the pattern confusing and keep having to stop and start over. This is the part I’m having trouble with: “Cast on 1 stitch and knit in garter stitch as follows: 1st 2nd 3rd 4th and 5th rows, K twice into 1st and then knit straight on 6 stitches for 10 rows.” I just can’t seem to wrap my head around it and wonder if you might be able to help it make sense to me?
    On the bright side, the cozy itself turned out lovely… thank you for posting the pattern!
    Megan

  5. Mary

    Sarah, there is an error on the 1st pattern line of the Escott Insertion.
    I wasn’t clever enough to find it because I don’t read charts, I only knew that the stitch count had only 14 stitches rather than the 17 cast on. I believe it should read: K3, yo, k2tog, K3,yo,K1,yo,K5,yo,k2tog,k1 rather than K3, YO, K2tog, YO, K1, YO, K5, YO, K2tog, K1. I’ve been having a remarkable difficult time with lace and immediately asked for help when I couldn’t go on to row 2 and several people sent me the same correction. Thanks for all the beautiful patterns. A typo or 2 is unavoidable.

  6. Mary

    Sarah, there is an error on the 1st pattern line of the Escott Insertion.
    I wasn’t clever enough to find it because I don’t read charts, I only knew that the stitch count had only 14 stitches rather than the 17 cast on. I believe it should read: K3, yo, k2tog, K3,yo,K1,yo,K5,yo,k2tog,k1 rather than K3, YO, K2tog, YO, K1, YO, K5, YO, K2tog, K1. I’ve been having a remarkable difficult time with lace and immediately asked for help when I couldn’t go on to row 2 and several people sent me the same correction. Thanks for all the beautiful patterns. A typo or 2 is unavoidable. p.s. I just received a message that this woudn’t be posted because too many comments had been received from me in a short time. Since this is the fist one I’ve sent, I’m a bit irritated, particularly after having struggled with the pattern. I was trying to be polite, but that sentiment is waning.

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