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November 13, 2007

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Jacqui

Thank you so much for sharing this lovely pattern for holly and berries. I think I might knit some to decorate 'special' Christmas presents. I love your Christmas puddings, they look good enough to eat! :)

dottycookie

The twist stitch instructions were great - I have nice little lines up my leaves! Now I need to have another go at the leaf edges ...

CINDY

thank you thank you so much for the free pattern.....^___^ love you!!!!!^___^

anne

can you post a pattern for bunny head... please... i really wan to learn.... just the head please......

kirsty

I made a pudding last week but completely fudged the holly. It didn't turn out as nicely as yours. Will have to make yours as well! Happy Christmas.

Alice

I love the Hearts, and Holly leaves with the berries! Sweet. I like the baby monkey pattern too, do you have a pattern for that? Alice

Mrs Doss

I just love it, turned out perfectly, great for Christmas present decorations. Thank you for sharing this pattern.
Mrs Doss

Georgiana Geller

I am having a little trouble with the twist. I was wondering if anybody could help?

dianne

Hi, Loved your holly & berries. Have you a pattern for a small christmas pudding. One that is small enough to fit in a Ferro roche chocolate instead of stuffing it. It is a christmas table, an after dinner chocolate instead a small christmas pudding. Would really appreciate a pattern for one. Thanks

Mary

Thanks so much for this adorable pattern. Could you post how you did the snow on the hat? I would love to see a side view of the hat!

Minnie Mack

Help please! I can't understand the twist. Can I just pick up the stitch with my fingers and turn it around?

Anna

Hi, could you please post a pattern for a small knitted christmas pudding decoration which holds a ferrero roche? Please could you let me know?

ot

Your description of the twist would be miles simpler if it did not say purl/knit this stitch - if that is in fact true, your bookkeeping on how many stitches are worked per row is wrong. Is this simply a purl-through-back twisted stitch? If so, there's no need to make a complicated description - it's simply purled or knit through the back loop. I'm assuming this is what you intended; hopefully working this way will make the pattern accounting correct.

lynn

This look good, got to try it!

Donna Wojtkowiak

what does YO mean? or am I being thick?

lorna age 10

what dose yo mean!

Eleanor  Ulrich

I need to know what yfon means in the holly pattern does it mean yarnover to the front???

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These are cute knitted craft. It is indeed great chance to be able to have a well knitted holly. There is something interesting on what you have written. Keep it up. The photos shared are even better.

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