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Oct 21, 2018 14:23:57   #
14/14.... I'm embarrassed. Now, if I could remember where I put my keys.
Oct 21, 2018 14:13:05   #
Knit or crochet?
Do you know what weight yarn you want to use?
Where have you looked? Ravelry is a good place to look... use the filters to limit the search by craft, size, yarn weight, difficulty, or a number of other things.
Oct 21, 2018 12:48:59   #
In the US we use words like worsted, DK, sport or the number designations like 4, 3, 2
In UK, AUS, NZ, etc. the terms are in ply -- it is likely that your pattern was written by a designer who is familiar with those terms
Here's the Ravelry link that equates the different ones.... of course there is a range of yarn thickness within any category
Oct 21, 2018 10:30:10   #
cat_woman wrote:
Can you post a picture or a link? I'd like to see before downloading...

Me too.....
Oct 21, 2018 07:47:43   #
I like ponchos.... however:
"free" ... but it actually costs you your personal information including email, etc.
Maybe I have missed something but that is not something I like to do.
The pattern is simple enough that anyone with a bit of knitting experience could recreate without having to pay (in money or information)
The stitch pattern used is a basketweave variation
As the designer's notes say:
•Knit in two pieces and seamed at the shoulders, with stitches picked up and worked in the round for the collar, this is a great project for advanced beginner and intermediate knitters.

ETA: There are several poncho's done in this same schematic... here's one
Oct 21, 2018 07:37:33   #
Rita Ann wrote:
I sent a message to Admin..

Good ...
you might also read this
Oct 21, 2018 07:29:07   #
IMO, the short color runs and sharp contrast of the colors will overwhelm any stitch pattern.... and may not be worth the effort.
you can use something other than stockinette to prevent boredom but don't expect it to be very noticeable.
In your photo, I cannot really tell what stitch pattern you are using.
You might try some swatches in some various stitch patterns and see what you think. If you do them, set them up 3 to 6 feet away and see if you think you can notice the stitch pattern.

The colors will have a tendency to pool. To highlight the color you might do stripes of a matching or coordinating solid and this would break up the pooling. ....
I suggest that you look thru the 100+ projects using this. It seems to me that the variegated colorways do have a tendency to pool.
You might get some ideas about how others have combined yarns in pleasing ways.
Oct 20, 2018 23:23:08   #
alan55 wrote:
All my pics from my Nikon camera are .jpeg and when uploaded onto here becomes .jpg which fine as it's the same format.
So there is something about your process that changes the jpeg to jpg?
Oct 20, 2018 21:41:52   #
From the "Help" about posting pictures:
For JPG files, the forum will automatically turn it into a viewable thumbnail inside the post. Those are your normal pictures you see in the posts.
For other types of files, like PDF documents, the file will be available as a linked download. You would see it as "Download" link inside a post.

Evidently only .jpg files are recognized as pictures .... even tho' there are other types of picture formats.
Oct 20, 2018 20:00:05   # there are a few projects and it shows the back... a better overall sense of what this looks like.
Oct 20, 2018 18:56:36   #
JennyG12 wrote:

These are dear... and thanks for the safe link.
Oct 20, 2018 18:47:10   #
ouijian wrote:
This is why a lot of programmers knit.
and vice-versa
Oct 20, 2018 17:09:37   #
There's this one
There are several projects on Ravelry for it.

Oct 20, 2018 14:32:19   #
Cimmanon wrote:
I have the mag and the pattern says it is a 28-stitch repeat, which goes into 140 exactly 5 times.

Oct 20, 2018 11:30:05   #
jmcret05 wrote:
I then apologize. Why didn't the daughter just use the mother's registered name to let her mother read on the daughter's computer?

If the computer isn't working, then a new registration isn't going to help.?

It's unfortunate that we have to be so vigilant and sometimes go overboard.
I "know" OP and believe this was done with good intent, given how many bogus id's are popping up.
It may be that Mom doesn't remember her password... if her old computer kept her logged in.
So a quick and easy thing to do was to set up a new userid.
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