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16 comments

  1. great projects - very beautiful

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  2. So many I love and want to start! Thank you for sharing. You have wonderful talent! I will post a finished project on Ravelry sooner than later, I hope :)

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  3. great projects mad about it. It's awesome but struggle don't know where to get winter blanket's Dandelion Part 1 pattern

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  4. I'm in love with all of your work!

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  5. Wow! Haven't tried any of your gorgeous designs but planning to wmbark on Grinda shawl project. Soon i hope...

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  6. I just discovered your work. I really love the grinda mal shawl. I see that thepattern was released in parts just recently. How can I get the full pattern?

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    1. Full Grinda pattern in ready-to-print pdf file as available for purchase on Ravelry and Etsy. You can see the link in every part of the MAL :)

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  7. hi . I like all your designs . I want to take permission if I can do a tutorial on tulip potholder and I will add your name and website link in the description box ? pleas tell me If I can do that
    thanks

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    1. Hello! Tulip potholder already has a photo tutorial... Thank you for your interest but I would like to keep it as it is.

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  8. Hallo Lilla.. I have ordered the dandelion pattern which i receive, but as I looked at it there is no dandelion pettern included it is only the border patter. Ive paid already fot the pattern. Where must I go now to get the inner part of the dandelion blanket. Thx Janita.

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    1. Hello Janita, you can find Dandelion mandala patter in the same shop where you bought the border.

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  9. Hele mooi haakwerk jes daar kan mooi iets van leren. Hartelijke dank.

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  10. Hi Tatsiana,
    I hope that you and your loved ones are healthy and safe.
    i have a question re: Huldra (i bought it today on the Ravelry).
    i am at the very begining. Did the chain and now according to the description shall make HDC as following: yo, insert hook under 3 loops ect. i am afraid i cannot understand.. which 3 loops.
    would you be so kind to explain.
    regards
    Elena

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    1. Hi Elena, please insert the hook between the posts of hdc from previous round. The fabric should be reversable.

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  11. Hello. I'm trying to make the Grinda Shawl, and it should be easy, but I'm just not understanding the picot stitches in part two. I've made picots before, but they're usually into the top of a double or treble that is in the same row and that you just finished making. So, in your pattern, we're making them into (?) The double from the row below....? Does that mean we slip stitch into that dc, chain 3, slip stitch into the third chain from the hook, and then slip stitch again into the same dc from the row below to make it all symmetrical? Or...? I'm so lost. Any help would be gratefully appreciated. Thank you in advance.

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    1. Hello Trish, we are making popcorns and not picots in Part 2 of Grinda Shawl. I have a tutorial about how to make a popcorn here on my blog.

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