Saturday, May 7, 2011

free paulie for you


download your free copy here
or try it here

hope you enjoy knitting this cardi as i did
i hope all sizes will work well, cause
this is the first time for me sizing a pattern
please be patient with me!!
for any questions or feedback please feel free
to contact via mail or ravelry


have a nice weekend

isa k.

54 comments:

  1. perfect!

    love: the colours. the style. the yarn.

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  2. daisy 42 on ravelryMay 7, 2011 at 11:59 AM

    thanks to you
    love too..

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  3. Ways. Thisted is really Nice. Tha K's for sharing the pattern with us

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  4. The last commentator is nonsens. Spelling program had is own life i think.
    I ment to say wauw this is really Nice. Thanks for sharing. Love the desing. Have faved it on ravelry already.

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  5. Thank you so much. It's a very nice sweater and so generous to share your pattern.

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  6. Many thanks for sharing, love this cardi and think to do one for my dauhter and one for myself.

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  7. This is really a nice and beautiful cardigen that looks very wearable. thank you for sharing the pattern.

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  8. Love this pattern! Thank you and
    happy Mother's Day.
    Tangledturtle

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  9. Thanks for those nice comments,
    hope you'll enjoy knitting paulie

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  10. Thanks, Isa! Just printed out. So much in my queue, I hope to get to it one day.
    Happy Mother's Day!

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  11. Wunderschön! Ich finde vorallem den Kragen ganz toll. Und natürlich die Streifen. Genau mein Geschmack - vielen Dank für die Anleitung!

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  12. Thank you so much for this nice pattern!
    Looks like a wonderful everyday-cardi for me..
    Might even knit the stripes :-)

    Love,
    Esther

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  13. this looks great! I love the color choices, too. Definitely adding it to my queue. thanks!!!

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  14. Looks wonderful ! - I love the colours together - thank you for the pattern :D

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  15. thanks for sharing this pattern, it looks so soft and cosy!!

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  16. Absolutely adorable and very high on my To-Do list. Just have to find yarn that iI can use

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  17. I just finished this and I LOVE IT! This is the first sweater I've attempted and I was a little nervous but everything was so clearly written I had no problems. Awesome pattern. Thank you so much!

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  18. Hi dear!
    Thanks for the pattern, it is queued :D

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  19. Thank you for sharing your pattern. The jacket looks very comfortable. I've downloaded the pattern, and I think I will try to knit it very soon.

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  20. Thank you for your free pattern. I love it !

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  21. Thank you so much! Very kind of you to share.

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  22. Thank you for all your hard work that makes it easy for us to knit.

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  23. Is the gauge mentioned in the pattern measured before or after blocking? Thanks for the lovely pattern!!

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  24. I'm pretty new to this knitting hobby, but am looking forward to starting this Paulie Cardigan. I am wanting to knit it in wool from a particular breed of sheep - what would the equivalent wool be to teh fortissima alpaka and trekking pro natura? DK?

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  25. Beautiful !! Thanks :-)

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  26. Thank you for sharing the pattern! So beautiful! =)

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  27. This looks lovely, it will be my first sweater to knit! Thank You!

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  28. First: thank you for sharing this! Would you disclose the color number of the Trekking Pro Natura you used? :) Can't find any i think that looks like it - they seem to orange on my screen...Thank you

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  29. When I click on the link to get the pattern it takes me to a Google site - no pattern. Has it been removed?

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  30. hi, for some reason I cannot DOWNLOAD the pattern, it just shows me a QUICK VIEW...do you know what might be happening? thanks

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  31. Hi
    Could you adjust the pattern for an XL size, in inches, instead of cm?
    Thanks
    Judy L

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  32. I love your pattern, thank you for sharing !!

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  33. Die Jacke ist total schön, trifft absolut meinen Geschmack. Ich muss dringend lernen, wie man mehr als nur eine Socke strickt :)

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  34. When separating the sleeves from the front and back it says to put 56 sts on waste yarn, then bo 12 (i'm knitting the small size), but when you get to the other side it says to put 56 sts on holder and then bo 12 more sts, but this does not mirror. Is this perhaps written backwards? I'm nervous about following homemade patterns because they've been miswritten before so I figured I could ask you myself.

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    1. you CO new sts between the fronts and the back
      it does not make a difference if you place the sleeve sts
      before or after CO the new sts,
      cause you don't knit the sleeve sts in this row.

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  35. Hi, I love your patterns, I have just started Driftwood. I also love Paulie but would like to knit it in Madeline Tosh Merino DK or DK Twist but I don't know how to covert the pattern to this yarn. Any chance you might be able to do this. I would also be more than willing to pay for this pattern. Please let me know.
    Thanks,
    Linda

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  36. Hallo Isa
    Ich bin via Ravelry auf die Anleitung gestossen und total begeistert. Schöne Sachen machst du :-) Hast du die Paulie-Anleitung auch auf Deutsch?
    Liebe Grüsse
    Jana

    http://knittingmoth.blogspot.ch

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  37. Hallo Isa,
    danke für diese schöne Jacke.
    Ich fürchte, ich muss mich jetzt mal ernsthaft mit Umrechnen und/oder FBA auseinandersetzten, denn 106cm BU ist n büüüschen knapp bei mir. Aber dieses Teil wäre es wohl wert.
    LG Mo aus BN

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  38. Thank you for the beautiful pattern! I am knitting the medium size, but feel that I may need a few more inches in the bust. Is there a good way to increase for the bust only? I have just completed the yoke in garter stitch and am ready to begin in stockinette for the rest of the sweater. Cheers!

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    1. Hi July,
      maybe you could CO a few more sts at the underarms, this will also add more
      circumference to the upper arms, but you could decrease them right away
      when starting the sleeves

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  39. Liebe Isa,
    meine Mutter und ich haben über Ravelry die Anleitung für Deine tolle Strickjacke gefunden. Ich habe in früheren Einträgen bereits die Nachfrage nach einer deutschen Anleitung gesehen. Gibt es diese?
    Wir kommen leider nicht zurecht mit den Wiederholungen am Anfang. Vielleicht bekommen wir das mit einer deutschen Anleitung besser hin :)

    Vielen Dank!
    Sophie

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  40. I love the pattern! Thank you so much for publishing this for free! It's my very first time knitting from a pattern and I've found it to be very easy to work with. If only I could knit faster:)

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  41. thank you so much for the free pattern. The pdf is beautiful too! you are very generous, meticulous, and talented.

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  42. Thanks for sharing the pattern. These days I start work and I would buy the buttons on the occasion of a trip to Milan. Can you tell me the measurements of the buttons?
    Another question: I use the yarn AADE long (Artistic 8/2) that work on needle size 2.75, gauge 20 st x 10 cm. From my calculation I cast on 72 st. is that right?
    It increases the raglan will always be the same?
    Thanks for your time that you can devote and good work.
    Marilena

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  43. What a beautiful pattern. Thanks for sharing! I have a question about counting: when I get to the second counting point after the raglan increases I have significantly more stitches (52 front, 62 sleeves and 104 back). I am making the small sweater. Was I supposed to repeat all of the 'last six rows' 7 times, meaning I'd work for 72 rows? Just wondering where I might have gone wrong. Thanks!

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    1. I have the same issue. I am just at the point before knitting this section, I've mapped out my rows and calculating, I will have the same number of stitches as the post above. Did you ever figure out the dilemma?

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    2. the 6 rows we're talking about are
      RS: raglan inc
      WS: no inc
      RS: raglan inc
      WS: no inc
      RS: no inc
      WS: no inc
      You increase in 2 rows of the 6 rows
      maybe you didn't read the
      NEXT 3 ROWS: K (means: no inc in these 3 rows!)
      correctly?

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    3. OMG. I should have had that extra cup of coffee this morning! Thank you so much for pointing that out for me. I can't believe I missed that.

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    4. If it's any consolation, me and a friend have both made the same mistake and hadn't worked out our error until I read this, so many thanks.

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  44. Which size is pictured? I have a 91 cm bust so should I knit the medium size?

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