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Pattern for Egg Warmer

Easter and Spring are here! We are delighted to finally be able to do a knitting podcast and we hope you enjoy watching us knit this mini sweater and to hear about Norwegian Easter traditions as well as our opinion on bottom-up vs. top-down sweaters!

You can download the pattern for these super cute Egg warmers here.

Enjoy!

ARNE & CARLOS

    • Wanda Haunpo on May 2, 2019 at 3:48 pm

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    So beautiful! Love your video’s

    • Laurie Steuri on May 6, 2019 at 7:10 pm

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    Even though Spring has arrived I am super excited to knit these adorable egg warmers! I intend to knit a bunch and give as gifts. My mother-in-law has some chick egg warmers that are crocheted and I always thought they were so cute and practical I also enjoyed the conversation about Easter. My husband is Swiss (I am American) and I always think it’s interesting to see what various cultures do during the holidays. thanks !

    • Michael Newbery on May 16, 2019 at 12:02 am

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    Hello to you both,
    I have a couple of questions.
    A few weeks ago I downloaded the free pattern for your Easiest Sock in the World. (Is it still free as I now get directed to your online store where it is not free)?
    I was confused with the size of needles you used. Firstly you say 2,5mm or 3mm and further down it says US2.5 / 3mm.
    On your video you say you use a 2,5. Is that US size or mm?
    Your pattern is incorrect.
    After Round 1: Knit 16,
    Round 2 should read K1, inc1, K4, inc1, K2, inc1, K4, inc 1, K1
    The pattern shows K6 instead of K4.
    And the Round 4 is incorrect for the same reason you show K8 in the two places which should read K6.
    I am not a very experienced knitter and had to undo these rows several times as I thought that I was making a mistake
    until I realised that it was the pattern.
    I do enjoy your videos. Thank you both very much.

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      Thanks for your email. Our pattern is correct, as you only increase one time on each needle (if you are working with dpns) in order to get the increases on the sides. Please contact us through our website if you need further help.

        • Michael Newbery on May 24, 2019 at 7:06 pm

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        Thank you for your reply. I have just found it.
        Yes, I now see my mistake. I read the, inc1, as using a separate knit stitch and then added the k8 after it.
        In any case I have finished my first socks which match perfectly and look fantastic.
        I actually bought the wool in Australia where I used to live but now live in Portugal.
        Your videos are very informative and entertaining. Many thanks.

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