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Congratulations on your first Englisch written pattern. I perfectly understand what I am supposed to do. Well done!!!!


Thank you Dagmar, and good luck with your knitting for the church bazar :-)


It looks great, Britt-Arnhild. I know it isn't easy for you to do in English, but we sure like being able to join you in knitting up these projects. Thanks again for sharing this.


Totally understandable. Thank you….. Off to find some yarn.


Thank you for your hard work translating this to English! I've never used four needles before - I don't even know if I have four in this size. Next time I go to town I'll have to pick some up.


Thank you Ardi and mardelle. I am glad to hear that you understand my first try :-)


Georgeanne, you even need a fifth one. Four for the stiches, the fifth to knit with :-)
Good luck.


I found some US #1 needles in my collection - 5 so I have one to knit with! I think #1 are the equivalent of 2.5 European size. Such tiny stitches - if they are too small I found some larger sizes in my stash so I'll move up a size if I need to. I had to watch a youtube video to see how to use 5 needles!


Good luck Georgeanne. I am sure you will find some good instructions on YouTube.


Lovely. I'll try it - next Easter - but knitted flat. It's a great idea !

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    The first step is always the most exciting. I am sitting in a small hotel room, somewhere in Norway. I am knitting, and all of a sudden I knew it was time to start a knitting blog. Maskerade, masquerade, playing with words as maske is the Norwegian word for a knitted stich, rad is a row. Knitted stich in a row - maskerade.

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