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Mar 16, 2013 07:52:30   #

A few more, click on the right hand, then directly to the name of the pattern.
Mar 16, 2013 09:00:25   #
Looks beautiful, thanks for this link!
Mar 16, 2013 09:27:13   #
Love Celtic cables - thanks for this link!
Mar 17, 2013 10:08:31   #
Thank you!
Mar 18, 2013 03:15:08   #
Gwen in L.A.
Wow, love it.
I read my way through the chart, and I think I can do it :) from the chart. Charts are always a challenge for me.

Having the written directions too, what a blessing!
Mar 18, 2013 11:32:20   #
Gwen, do you prefer charts or written instruction? Just curious. I prefer written, being chicken to try using a chart.... LOL ~ It's funny tho, when I do filet crochet, that is ALL chart!! Go figure!
Mar 18, 2013 16:56:39   #
Gwen in L.A.
Written instructions rule!
At first I only saw the chart, that's why I read through it muttering to myself :) When I revisited the notes, then noted the written instructions.

On a scale of 1-100, I'd give written instructions 98 points. Especially now that I've seen some of the charts using different symbols.

While I'm ranting lol I can read the written instructions and knit without looking at most of the stitches, other than Knit two together or pass over. Using a chart, I don't seem to retain the meaning of the symbols and am constantly checking the guide. sigh. Different learning styles.

For you chart lovers, no offense intended. Just saying how my brain works.
Mar 18, 2013 17:00:14   #
Gwen, I'm pretty much the same way, excepting filet crochet. Even THAT has some written instructions, LOL
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