Intellectual Property

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Saturday, June 20, 2009

Knitting with Ajeng: Cable Scarf Pattern

With a little modification from here,
I made this cable scarf for a friend.

*this sample made using soft acrylic yarn, blocked

material in use :  2 balls of DK weight yarn in same solid color.
needle in use : SPN 4.5mm
gauge : not so important

Abbreviations: CO = cast on; BO = bind off; st(s) = stitch(es); k = knit; p = purl; RS = right side; WS = wrong side; 3/3LC = slip 3 sts to DPN/cable needle and hold in front, k3, then k3 from DPN/cable needle.

~ Get the pattern here: [Poyeng Simple Cable Scarf EN.pdf] and let's knit this fun scarf with me :D

*this sample made using cotton yarn, unblocked

feel free to comment, you may download and knit this pattern, but please read the intellectual property at this blog. thank you :)



Happy Knitting!!



10 comments:

  1. mbaak....di jogja yaaa...mau dooongs beli benangnya....n maen kesitu...aku nyari2 si adanya cuma Jolie, 63, n 96...itu jg kurang variatiiif....aku lg gelok knitting niii...kalo crochet dari kecil udah seriiing....ohohohoh

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  2. The cast on should really be 28, as 26 did not work. I love the pattern!

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  3. aw... really thanks :D

    already fixed it ;)

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  4. Love your blog.....thank you for all the free patterns & if i use any of them on my blog i will add a link to your blog!

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  5. Is this pattern reversible?

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  6. In reading,your intellectual property statement, I do have a question. On occasion I'm making things to sell. If I were to use one of your patterns, it that permissible to do if I credit you with the pattern design? Just checking as I do not want to do anything that I should not do. It's just not clear in your statement. Thank you.

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    1. It's okay if you want to sell your knitting made by my pattern(s), I would very grateful if you mention me as a credit for the pattern design. What you should not do is sell the pattern itself or using any of my photograph for commercial use. :)

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