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Date: 8/3/09 11:45 AM

I am wanting to trace my first knipmode, but I can't figure out which sheet the pattern in on. It is pattern #11 in Feb 2009. BWOF tells you on which sheet and in what color the patten is, but in all my google translating of this pattern, I can't find anywhere that tells you. Can someone help?

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Date: 8/3/09 2:55 PM

Hello Blessedtosew,

it's on sheet E printed in green, HTH.

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Date: 8/3/09 3:37 PM

It'll say it just beneath the technical drawing in the instructions, starting with "Patronenblad" then the letter of the sheet it's on, then the colour of the lines, like Rood (red), Zwart (black), or Groen (green).

Also, pay close attention to the shape symbols on the pattern sheets because you'll probably need to match up +s or *s or half-shaded squares to get the full pieces for bigger skirt and dress sections. It may seem like a pain, but personally, I'd much rather trace from Knip's smaller pattern sheets and tape together two pattern pieces than have to wrestle with Vogue's horrible tissue paper the size of my lounge! ;)

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Date: 8/3/09 5:55 PM

Quote: Marita Kinnula
Hello Blessedtosew,



it's on sheet E printed in green, HTH.


Thanks so much.
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Date: 8/3/09 5:56 PM

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It'll say it just beneath the technical drawing in the instructions, starting with "Patronenblad" then the letter of the sheet it's on, then the colour of the lines, like Rood (red), Zwart (black), or Groen (green).



Also, pay close attention to the shape symbols on the pattern sheets because you'll probably need to match up +s or *s or half-shaded squares to get the full pieces for bigger skirt and dress sections. It may seem like a pain, but personally, I'd much rather trace from Knip's smaller pattern sheets and tape together two pattern pieces than have to wrestle with Vogue's horrible tissue paper the size of my lounge! ;)

Thanks so much. That helps a bunch. I like the paper Knipmode is on more than BWOF. It goes back in the magazine better.
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Date: 8/3/09 6:51 PM

I agree with you. It's easier to handle than the horrible onion skin thin tissue paper.

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