7 Responses

  1. Pat
    Pat
    January 22, 2012 at 11:53 am |

    The correction states “The ‘0’ for size 1X means that you work the instructions once”.  However, the 0 appears in the size M position.

    1. Margaret
      Margaret
      January 23, 2012 at 2:51 pm |

      Hey there Pat,
      We checked the pattern and you were exactly right. The pattern has been corrected and is available now online. Thanks for letting us know!

  2. Anonymous
    Anonymous
    January 23, 2012 at 7:57 pm |

    Hi Everyone!
    I live in upstate New York, and made matching child-sized versions of this sweater for my two south Florida granddaughters a couple of years ago.  They were fun to make, not too difficult, and I know the kids wore them often.  The Cotton-Ease held up well even with many washings.  My younger daughter (now 28) has been asking me for a version of the sweater that would fit her ever since I made the matching ones for the two little ones.  This is going to be fun to knit again in a size for us grown ups!  And, I know who is going to be getting the sweater.

    1. Jerijam7
      Jerijam7
      January 26, 2012 at 8:50 pm |

      Hi Grammie_Sammie,
       Love the name.  Where did you find a pattern for this cardi for children?  I have been searching for something like this for a 7 year old.

      1. Anonymous
        Anonymous
        January 27, 2012 at 10:28 am |

        Hi Jerijam7, Grammie_Sammie is probably referring to the original Children’s Eloise Eyelet Cardi on LionBrand.com. Click here for the pattern (you may need to log into your LionBrand.com account to view it).

        1. Grammie_Sammie
          Grammie_Sammie
          January 27, 2012 at 12:54 pm |

          Hi Jerijam7 –

          I like your unique name, also!  The cardigan pattern is on the Lion Brand website under free patterns.  There are two of them – the one for the smaller tots is call “Eyelet Yoke Cardigan”  and the one for the primary school age children is call “Fresh Picked Color 3/4 Sleeve Cardigan.”  If you find cotten-ease yarn and click on patterns that use this yarn at the bottom of the page, you should be able to find them both.  Good luck with the search!   Grammie_Sammie

  3. Joan
    Joan
    January 28, 2012 at 5:21 pm |

    Hi, I’m thinking about joining you, but I can’t decide what size to make.  Can you tell me how about the ease on the model?  Do I want a negative or positive ease, and if so, how much will give me a result similar to the picture?  Thanks for your help!

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