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1  Re: Anyone make things like this??? in Knitting: Discussion and Questions by editorgrrl on: October 21, 2007 09:18:54 AM
According to a post on http://www.ravelry.com, 3Fe bought their knitting boards from Marla at http://frameknitting.com.

The Ravelry post includes this sample of Marla's "double-sided zig zag knit stitch":
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2  Rag Shop closing (Danbury & Norwalk) in Connecticut by editorgrrl on: August 02, 2007 01:51:34 PM
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3  Re: wrap from "Sweet Home Alabama" in Knitting: Discussion and Questions by editorgrrl on: June 06, 2007 10:42:19 AM
Someone just asked the same thing over at the LJ Knitting community: http://community.livejournal.com/knitting/8569570.html.

You may need to be a member, so here's a summary of the comments to date:
  • It may just be a diagonal basketweave rectangle similar to this blanket: http://www.jenipurr.com/knitpurr/archives/diagonalbasketweaveblanket.pdf, with squares that are 5 stitches by 5 rows.
  • Or maybe it's a V or U shape. (If you look at the edges, you can see the direction of the basketweave remaining consistent while the edge changes direction.)
  • The picture is "hiding" a lot of details: What's going on with the end under the wrap? Is the wrapped end tied behind her?
  • All of the stitches appear to be twisted (both knits and purls are worked through the back loop).
  • The brown border may be fabric, i-cord, crochet, or picked up and knitted (maybe 3-4 rounds of garter stitch or reverse stockinette).
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4  Re: Mason Dixon ballband dishcloth in Knitting: Completed Projects by editorgrrl on: January 19, 2007 01:20:38 PM
I, too, love the Mason-Dixon Knitting book. The ballband dishcloth pattern was excerpted at http://www.canadianliving.com/canadianLiving/client/en/Crafts/DetailNews.asp?idNews=236610&idSM=307.

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