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Garter Stitch Oak Leaves

By: Linda Dawkins from Natural Surburbia

If you've just learned how to knit but you're itching to create something new to decorate the house with for the colder season, then this is a great project for you. These simple Garter Stitch Oak Leaves are a great project for a beginner knitter. Knit them in all of your favorite fall tones to create a pile of your very own autumn leaves. These would look great in a bowl on the table, in a glass vase, or threaded together to make festive garland.

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Knitting Needle Size7 or 4.5 mm, Double-Pointed Knitting Needles (DPNs)

Yarn Weight(4) Medium Weight/Worsted Weight and Aran (16-20 stitches to 4 inches)

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I found the pattern elsewhere - will try to post the link here if it allows me to... http://www.naturalsuburbia.com/2010/10/autumn-oak-leaf-knitting-pattern.html If it doesn't work google natural suburbia oak leaf knitting pattern. Two pages come up for this and it's the second one. Hope it works...

this Oak leaf pattern, no one can open to try ..so better not putting up here for FREE...Sorry, kind of a little piss off about this.._

so, you feel entitled enough to leave an incredibly rude and vulgar comment on a free site? my, my someone thinks alot of themselves!

same comment as below, cannot open pattern - suggest pdf copy of the pattern best thanks marg

I tried to open the garter stitch oak leaf patten but it would not open. I think you have too many skipped links and suggest that a pdf copy of the pattern is made available.

Same again on 22nd May....this pattern really is a problem to access.

I tried to open the garter stitch oak leaf pattern... It just will NOT OPEN!! Is there some way that this can be fixed???

and also the maple leaf pattern is the same thing...._*

i tried to open the garter stitch oak leaf pattern, but never get it ..can you do something about it?

I can't get this to open up and I'd really love to knit the leaves. Is there another way to get the pattern?

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