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Rowan "Hallow" cardi (I think) - pattern?

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motherpeculiar Tue 17-May-05 22:49:19

was in John Lewis today flicking thro the knitting books and saw a lovely pattern for a stripey baby cardi - I think it was in a rowan book and I think the pattern was "hallow" - it was stripey with no buttons as I recall.

Couldn't afford the whole book today so I wondered if anyone had got this at home and is willing to share?

tia

MP

Dingle Tue 17-May-05 22:55:25

do the recognise the book here

motherpeculiar Tue 17-May-05 22:58:45

hi Dingle - the only one I recognise as having looked at today is the "Rowan Babies" one so it might be in there

do you have it?

Dingle Tue 17-May-05 23:02:13

No sorry, I have a few of the older ones, and I think I've got pipsqueaks---some where!

motherpeculiar Tue 17-May-05 23:05:40

nevermind - thanks Dingle

hopefully someone else will have it

Marina Wed 18-May-05 20:38:38

Just spotted this. I will CAT you. I have the Hallow pattern motherpeculiar. It is in Rowan Babies

motherpeculiar Thu 19-May-05 09:24:12

thanks Marina - have CAT'd you back

MP

motherpeculiar Sat 21-May-05 13:51:01

THANK YOU MARINA

patterns arrived today and look gorgeous

MP X

tamum Sat 21-May-05 16:33:15

This is a completely different pattern, but I thought I would post it here- there's a dear little aran cardigan for babies/toddlers in the latest set of free Knitty patterns .

motherpeculiar Sun 22-May-05 11:06:47

tamum - that looks gorgeous too

can't wait to get started now - but difficult to choose between all these gorgeous patterns . I guess i'll just have to do them all...

tamum Sun 22-May-05 11:08:24

It's so gorgeous I might knit it even though I haven't got a toddler! I think you should do them all.... Have a browse through Knitty archives if you haven't already done so, it's all free and there are some lovely patterns

motherpeculiar Sun 22-May-05 11:22:38

thanks tamum - will take a look at that archive

<i have a toddler and a baby if you're looking for any reasons to indulge your wicked habit - only joking >

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