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It’s your old friend Vicky here! I came across your blog via Facebook, and LOVE all your work, so beautiful and unique! Hope all is well with you! I am married with child now (Elliott was born jun 17/11) and living in Edmonton. Just visited PR with Elliott in October and am happy to report they now have a Tim Hortons!! That’s progress!
Wishing you all the best!
your hats are fantastic i am looing for some patterns to knit aran cabled hats for friends for christmas pressies and i was wondering where you get your from. i really love the waffle purple hat it looks fantastic
Hi, can you suggest where I can get Kersti Merino wool by Koigu? I’ve tried to contact Koigu but have not got a response and I see you have used it. Thanks
Hello to you. I just wanted to let you know that I bought a pair of your finger-free mittens this fall. I live in Chicago so you can imagine they get a ton of use. Typically around this time of year, my mitten of the season is ragged at best or even entirely frayed. Yours by far have stood the test of time – and I still love them! I bought them thru Ill Seen Ill Said blog’s shop, which is now closed. Is there a place I can order next year’s pair?
Thanks for your great work! ~ Hillary
I’m very interested in one of the lovely throws that you have. Where can I find one?
Best from Sabina
I love your Estelle sweater. In fact I purchased the pattern because I like it with the eco duo yarn. I have a question though. You said you knit it exactly as the pattern called, but isn’t it a different weight that the pattern calls for? I am new to knitting. This will be my second sweater, so I wanted to check and see how I should go about knitting this sweater. Should I just follow the pattern and knit the size I think I am? Or do I need to account for the difference in the weight of the yarn? Thank you.
Hi, I love your posts! I came across your site in a google search for knit hat patterns.
I wanted to ask about the gorgeous grey sweater you (or whoever is modeling) are wearing in the post from January 28, 2013. Did you make that sweater? If so, would you be willing to direct me to the pattern?
Oops! The sweater I asked you about in my email a moment ago was posted on December 2, 2012. Sorry for any confusion!
Hello to you!
In the fall of 2012, I purchased a grey pair of your mitts from Ill Seen, Ill Said shop. I loved them! This fall I was digging them out to find your name on the tag so I could order more (Jane’s online shop since closed) and I realized somehow they still had another season left in them. (This has never happened with any of my other winter season gloves – I live in Chicago so they get a lot of wear). Well, I just lost one. I’m so bummed. Any chance you could sell me a new pair?
Please! Thanks, Hillary
I like the look of your Qivuit dimple hat. http://www.newedist.com/?tag=hat Would it be possible for you to make another like that but the lady it would be for does have a small head. Sometimes the hat that fits best is a child size one!
I am interested in studying natural dyes and processes. Do you offer workshops?
Would you be willing to knit a jacques cousteau hat in red?
Eric in Ireland
I’m trying to find the pattern to make the hemp bag. I usually make things by hand with hemp cord. Can you suggest what type of cord I use? And send me a link for this? I love the bag so much. Thanks!
I was looking through your wonderful collection and came across your David Blackwell inspired Newfoundland Trigger finger mittens. Is there anyway I can commission to purchase 2 matching pairs knit for myself and my wife in the same pattern? If so is quivat wool an option that could be used? I was hoping for them to be a very special Christmas present this year. Thanks for considering.
Thank you for your reply.
Robert N. Lee
We opened our his and her’s Newfoundland Trigger Mitts today, Christmas morning. Beautifully made and very comfortable. They’ll get lots of use. Thanks again for making them up for me.
Kind Regards, Robert & Cheryl Lee
I am looking for the store or online web site to purchase these wonderful knits please. Thanks Charmaine
Hello! I live in Toronto and would love to have some Kate Davies designs knit by you. The Westering Home sweater which I have seen on-line, probably with a longer back . I also would love a pair of her fingerless mitts as you have knit them in black and white.
Hope this email finds you well. My name is Grace and I write this email on behalf of Ming Pao Newspapers, one of the major Chinese newspaper in GTA and Vancouver. We have a Eco friendly column in every Tuesday, and would like write a story of Natural dye. I wish to do a phone interview about the good side of natural dye and those products you are carring. The feature will be published on May 5, thus the deadline will be this Sunday. Please kindly advice.
Many thanks for your attention.
If you want to know more about our newspaper, feel free to go http://mingpaocanada.com, and choose Toronto.
Please send me information on obtaining the “Be Mine” anatomical heart knitting pattern. I was surprised to see it as a free pattern. But could not obtain it. Thank you for your help.
Thank you so much. I’m attempting to use smaller needles than the standard to make a toddler side heart. Hope I can do your ingenious pattern justice. Joan
I am interested in a pair of Newedist gloves. How do I order a pair? Or is there a dealer I need to shop through?
I saw your post about the moonrise kingdom fingerless gloves. I would love to buy a pair. Is that something you would sell?
Sorry my emails are being rejected by your mail server it thinks they are junkmail?. Maybe you can add my email address to your address book so we can email back and forth?
I would like to move forward with the gloves. I would love to have them in time to enjoy this winter.
My Hand circumference is 8 5/8 inches and from the tip of my middle finger to my wrist is 7 inches.
Let me know if you need anything else.
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