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« Reply #10 on: December 01, 2003 12:59:41 PM »

hmmmm...I think i AM a total idiot...I keep running out of stitches on the "lace"part....how many do I have to cast on? it says something about eleven stitches, but I don't know if I am misreading something... Undecided

Anjalita,
The lace runs over 11 stitches so if you are working the left glove, from right to left you will have
one stitch, then eleven stitches of lace pattern, then the rest are worked in the rib pattern following the stitches from the previous rows.
That means that row one of the lace would be worked as
K1,<lace> K1, yo, k2tog, k5, k2tog, yo, k1 </lace> ribbing to end

Does that help at all?
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« Reply #11 on: December 01, 2003 01:03:35 PM »

Impossiblecalm,
I've submitted the leg warmers to knitty but never tried to submit the gothic lace, and I've just found out they are going to discontinue the yarn I used, which is a shame because it's fun and drapy and sexy. I'll try contacting the publisher of Knitty and see if she likes any of the other designs, it helps getting all this great input from people, it's giving me confidence. Cheesy

Tivasmom,
I'm so glad you like my leg warmers. One of the reasons I worked the varrigated yarn sideways is so that it would have vertical instead of horizontal stripes...much more flattering Wink If you do happen to make any of my patterns will you promise to send pictures?
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« Reply #12 on: December 05, 2003 10:28:49 AM »

I took my own lil spin on these things, more because I ran out of yarn than any real attempt at creativity





I used berroco denim silk and trensetter yarns dune for the double stranded part, which is really just the start of Marnie's patter until halfway up the first lace repeat (when I ran out of the spangly yarn).  So I just bound off there, and thought I'd lost.

Sad Ne, right?  Nope.  I then knit a 2x2 ribbed cuff, then stitched it on to the bottom with room for a thumbhole.  I feel just a bit punk, but sparkly as well.

Ne

P.S.  Lookit my gigantic hands!
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« Reply #13 on: December 05, 2003 11:34:44 AM »

hey MARN-AY!  Roll Eyes (crazy)

thank you for clarifying...I might have to try an old go at it again....I'm just kind of pattern traumatized... Grin
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« Reply #14 on: December 05, 2003 06:11:34 PM »

Ne,
You really took the idea and made it your own. That's a really fun and quick approach to the idea. Sparkly is always good Smiley

Anjalita, please don't feel too frustrated. Remember, I'm a novice pattern writer and it's on me to write it well enough to be understood so I apologize for being so unclear. I'm always happy to help, though, if that makes a difference. Hang in there!
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« Reply #15 on: January 12, 2004 04:12:18 PM »

Wow those gloves are great and i'd love to give them a go. I have printed out the pattern (thanks so much for having them on line Smiley)

I have a couple of questions for you, I'm in New Zealand and can't find ZITI any wear, what kind of weight of wool is it?
also you say #13 needles, are they really big like 13mm or small.
Sorry for the questions but even my great lady at the local wool shop wasn't able to help me out.
Thanks Smiley
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« Reply #16 on: January 12, 2004 05:11:14 PM »

Excellent questions, sbub.
Ok, first of all, all my patterns are in imperial measurments (inches) and US needle sizes (big ol' #13 needles)
The yarn Ziti is a custom made yarn by Artfibers. They don't have it up on their site but I know they have it in stock, so I highly recommend you email them. yarn@artfibers.com
If you don't wish to do that, the yarn is a microfiber that is matte with a spiral vein of shimmer running through it. It's very stretchy and soft. I'm not sure I've really seen anything like it but if you find something with a little stretch that will give you the proper guage, you should be in good shape.

Please let me know if you have any other questions. I love any input, good or bad.
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« Reply #17 on: January 13, 2004 06:05:08 AM »

US size #13 is 00 in English sizes and 9 in metric sizes.  Not sure which is the standard sizing for New Zealand.
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« Reply #18 on: January 13, 2004 10:50:41 AM »

thank you both.
i'm off to buy some wool today. I have worked out i can get the same guage with 8ply and a size 0 english.
I'll let you know how it goes Smiley
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« Reply #19 on: January 13, 2004 09:25:38 PM »

I really need to learn to knit. I learned how to crochet first, and so now I am having a hard time....perhaps I need to get a book
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