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Riley by Rowan - Digital Version

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Riley by Rowan - Digital Version

Knit this children's traditional aran style sweater, designed exclusively for Knitrowan by Sarah Hatton. Using a wonderfully soft, machine washable worsted weight yarn, Pure Wool Worsted (wool), this design has an eye catching cable and rib design and stand up collar.

  • Yarn weight: Aran

  • Needle Size: 4.0mm , 4.5mm , 5.0mm

  • Format: Digital Download

  • Garment: Sweater

  • Pattern For: Boys , Children , Girls

  • Pattern Count: 1

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patricia p.
United Kingdom
too old to knit

unfortunately I was unhappy with this pattern format. I did contact yourselves explaining the situation and you replied quickly and gave me the contact number for rowan as this was actually there issue. I contacted rowan requesting a written format and not a grid format however they were unwilling to provide this and gave me a phone number to contact there advisement line. This would not solve my problem and i did send an email advising them of this.I do believe when the patterns are shown for view they should also contain the information that the format is in grid form and not written format. I am 70 years old and a pensioner. I know the pattern only cost a few pounds but it was wasted money. I have been knitting since i was a child using the same knitting format for patterns. Im possibly to old to learn the grid pattern system could they not just give me written format? by the way I do like the digital format