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caroline stevens
hi i am just going to start knitting one of your patterns but i would like to know what B and T means please
4 November 2014 - lymington england

Jo's comments   Hi There,
Break off yarn leaving a long end, thread it through all the stitches on the knitting needle, pull up to gather tightly, then fasten off.
You might find this page helpful:

just sent in the last of my hats for this year - 550 completed. Have enjoyed it so much. Plan to aim for 1,000 next year, and get more people knitting!
1 November 2014 - Stroud, Glos

Jo's comments   Wow - impressed with 550 hats - very well done. Good luck with the 1000 target. Did you take a photo of your 550 hats? I could feature it on the 2014 page.

Ellen Hesketh
Hi Jo
Love the Dougal hat but what is loopy stitch please ?
Just sent 365 hats to innocent - I completed my self imposed challenge !
24 October 2014 - Suffolk

Jo's comments   365 - that is FANTASTIC. Not counted my hats up yet, got two bags full. There is a link to a good video under the Dougal picture which is how I learnt how to do Loopy Stitch.

The variety of hats is inspirational. Prompted me to get the needles and hooks out again after many a long year
24 October 2014 - Uk

Jo's comments   What a lovely comment, glad you have been inspired! Enjoy your knitting.

Sue Morris
Brilliant patterns but I'm struggling with the antlers of the reindeer. Help please.
13 October 2014 - Warwick

Jo's comments   All I can suggest, is check you are casting on using the right method - YouTube videos are good. Then take each line of the pattern SLOWLY. It might help to mark off each line as you do it. You start off by casting on to the very end of the antler. As you work your way back to the start (the bit that joins to the head) you cast off and cast on to create the points. Pay careful attention to whether you are using one strand or both strands of the wool for your casting off. Good Luck.

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