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« Reply #10 on: December 09, 2005 06:12:40 PM »

SOmeone had asked me about the size of the chocolate bar.... I deleted the message accidently..

but its about the size of a family block, say around 25x10 cm's

Id say its too much chocolate for one person.. but i have been known to eat a  whole block.. I am sure i am not alone though right ??
or am i ??
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« Reply #11 on: March 11, 2006 03:40:58 AM »


Someone brought to my attention that my patterns (page 1) are being sold on ebay.

they are even using my images !! which is not fair.

to get the listings removed I have had to go thru a whole process with ebay and faxing off proof..
yet the person is allowed to remain a member..

I also noticed this person was copying from other sites too... so i contacted them also.

I know the patterns are free... and no I can not police it... but I do draw the line of people selling the patterns for profit
when I am in the business of offering them for free...

its also not fair to the people buying them.. when they could get them for free...

Another person was selling the completed knitting items on ebay too...

whats everyones thought on this ??
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« Reply #12 on: March 11, 2006 06:14:14 AM »


Someone brought to my attention that my patterns (page 1) are being sold on ebay.
....
whats everyones thought on this ??
That's really lousy. I'm far from an expert on this, but I think even though you are posting patterns for free, in the future you could copywrite them...hope someone who knows this stuff better chimes in to advise.
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« Reply #13 on: March 11, 2006 07:22:47 AM »


I think you automatically own the copyright.

They are definately in breach of copyright.

I'd tell ebay, and see if there's a comments section where you can leave a link to your patterns that are being ripped off.

Too bad that this has happened. Good luck.
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« Reply #14 on: April 10, 2006 09:51:41 PM »

It's been a while but I have finally written out the tutorial for the knitted sundae from the above article


New New New New New

Icecream Sundae

Sundae Glass Base

Cast on 24 sts

Row 1
(k4,k2 tog) to end. 16 sts

Row 2
(p3, p2 tog)to end. 12 sts

Row 3
(k2, k2 tog) to end. 8 sts

Row 4
(p2 tog) to end. 4 sts

Make up
Thread yarn through remaining sts and sew seam together.


Stem & Glass Section

cast on 24 sts

Row 1
(k4,k2 tog) to end. 16 sts

Row 2
(p3, p2 tog)to end. 12 sts

Row 3
(k2, k2 tog) to end. 8 sts

Row 4
Purl Row

Row 5
Knit Row

Row 6
Purl Row

Row 7
inc k wise into every stitch (16 sts)

Row 8
Purl Row

Row 9
k1, inc k wise into every stitch (24 sts)

Row 10
Purl Row

Row 11
k2, inc k wise into every stitch (32 sts)

Row 12
Purl Row

Row 13
Knit Row

Row 14
Purl Row

Row 15
Purl Row

Row 16
Knit Row

Row 17
Purl Row

Egding around glass

Row 18
K2 tog, (yrn k2 tog) to end. 32 sts

Row 19
Purl Row

Row 20
Knit Row

Cast off.

Make up

Sew row ends together , fold the edge down and sew to create an edge. Cut a circle of card to fit the base.
Begin to sew stem to base filling as you go.

When completed fill the glass section with filling.


Ice cream

Using white cast on 32 sts

stst 2 rows

Row 3
(k4,k2 tog) to end.

Row 4
Purl Row

Row 5
(k3,k2 tog) to end.

Row 6
Purl Row

Row 7
(k2,k2 tog) to end.

Row 8
Purl Row

Row 9
(k1,k2 tog) to end.

Row 10
Purl Row

Row 11
(k2 tog) to end.

Make up
Thread yarn through stitches draw up, Fill and fasten off.

Stitch ice cream to glass putting extra filling in as you go.



Yummy yummy.. Enjoy !!
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« Reply #15 on: April 12, 2006 05:13:51 AM »

those are too cute!
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KarmaMystque
« Reply #16 on: May 15, 2006 07:55:19 AM »

KNitted food is the coolest thing I have ever seen!   Grin
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