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Gobi Cowl Pattern, As Seen on Knitting Daily TV Epsiode 607

Jan 28, 2011
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Kristin joins Marlaina Bird and Carl Koop for a lesson in yak fibers, how they go from the animal to yarn. With yak's natural crimp, this fiber allows for great stitch definition. Plus, yak fiber has great memory, so your knitwear will keep it's shape effortlessly. Download your free pattern for the knitted Gobi Cowl pattern, seen on this episode.
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memoryln wrote
on Mar 9, 2011 10:04 AM

Whoops sorry!  I had the right amount of stitches on my needle, but I was off by a stitch somehow so it just didn't look like the picture.  I thought that the star for one of the repeat rows might be off by one stitch.  MY BAD!  

This is my first lace pattern and I am really enjoying it so far.  I think it is fun pattern, but very challenging to correct mistakes if you make them without noticing right away.  I definitely recommend giving it a try though.

memoryln wrote
on Mar 8, 2011 12:15 PM

Hi,

I'm new to knitting daily and I am not sure if this is the right place to post this question, but I would appreciate any help you could give me.  I consider myself a beginner knitter, but I think I am capable and ready to tackle the gobi cowl pattern I downloaded from your website.  I started it only once and am prepared to start over and over until I get it right, but I don't want to waste time if the pattern is incorrect.  Has anyone started it yet?  I did a couple rows of the gobi lace pattern and it is not looking exactly like the picture, so either I am doing something wrong (which is very possible) or the pattern is just a little off.  I think it is really fun to knit this pattern and want to continue, but I thought I would wait until someone more experienced tried to knit it to see if they are experiencing the same problem.

Thanks for your help and the pattern!