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Lyric Posted - 02/06/2008 : 5:04:42 PM
Hi.

Do you guys know of a book or somewhere that i can buy a pattern for felted bowls? Barnes and Nobel and Amazon came up with nothing when I searched there.

Thanks for your help
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englishtch Posted - 02/08/2008 : 5:34:35 PM
Here's a link to a website that has a listing of many free patterns for felted things. I saw a couple listed for bowls.

http://www.knittychick.com/freebiepatterns.htm



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tink_r_bell Posted - 02/08/2008 : 2:43:50 PM
When I was knitting felted bowls, I started looking differently at hats.
The crowns make great bowls, sometimes I leave the brims on, just smaller width. I found a pattern (OK cannot locate web site at the moment) that is like Jackie Kennedy's famous pillbox hat, and it is my very favorite bowl.

Steph ;-}

To err is human, just try not to over do it.
merry@nebazone.com Posted - 02/07/2008 : 8:31:52 PM
I agree with you about carolbristoldesigns.com. I have knit every one of her patterns. They are wonderful.and the finished products are just what she describes. By the way, the ones from Plymouth are done with double pointed needles and, in my opinion, are not well designed.

Merry
Lyric Posted - 02/07/2008 : 3:00:52 PM
Thanks, everyone.

I looked at the Carol Bristol site. They are gorgeous. However, I'm going to check out the other sources that were mentioned before I make a choice.

I appreciate your help.
Lyric
kbshee Posted - 02/07/2008 : 10:10:25 AM
Cat Bordhi's "Treasuries of Magical Knitting" have felted bowl patterns: I think book two is the one you'd want.

kim in oregon
http://kbshee.blogspot.com
sparkleplenty Posted - 02/07/2008 : 09:13:06 AM
You might check the felting books by Maggie Pace. I don't see it on her Web site, but I could have sworn there were bowls in one of her books.

sparkleplenty

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queenmaxine Posted - 02/07/2008 : 07:51:54 AM
The book"One Skein" has a pattern I always use with great results.

My blog is not strictly knitting, but there are occasional WIP updates and frustration or bragging rants as I am a new knitter.

www.nolanoni.blogspot.com
mertle Posted - 02/07/2008 : 01:48:48 AM
Carol Bristol has some beautiful bowls - and a LOT of other gorgeous stuff. And I do mean gorgeous!

Here's the link? http://carolbristoldesigns.com/

Marilyn
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purlthis Posted - 02/06/2008 : 6:49:10 PM
I know that Plymouth Yarns has individual pattern groupings. They probably sell them on their website. Good luck!

Rachel
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