Thank you MarilynKnits, jvallas, ladydog....
I made a PDF copy if Marilyn does not care for me to post it. Not sure about MAC users though.
That is if no one else has posted a pdf copy yet.
Not a MAC user, but could you copy/paste into a WORD document??
I didn't realize there were 4 pages of replies, and duplicated what someone else has done. Don't know how to totally delete this, so let me just say thanks to the OP for her work. It opens fine in Excel. Great aid.
Thanks. Opened up in Excel, after clicking some things.
Yes, this worked for me also--thank you so much for this chart--I had started one of these hats last November and still need to finish it--too many knitting projects and so little time! Again, thank you for posting this chart--I know that it will be helpful!
and helpful people who will share their work charts with us! :)
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Thank you so much. I started one and got confused, so it is in with other, 'I don't know what to do', projects.
How very generous of you!
Thanks for the chart. That was alot of work and I appreciate it. I am making one of those hats right now. But I have found that there is such an easy way to do this pattern. Each time you do two rows, you ALWAYS do a row B. This row leaves a bar across the wrong side in the middle where you slipped those three stitches. To begin count 9 of those rows. Then move a marker or safely pin up to the ninth bar and go on to the next part of the pattern. Do however many repeats it says and all you have to do is count the bars above your marker. Move the marker again and start the next section. All you have to do is keep track of what SECTION you are on and you can do that with a post-it note on your pattern. Easy peasy.
So glad you posted the other 2 options to download. When I opened the first one you posted it looked like it was written in Russian. :)
trying to upload the pdf
hope this works, I've never done this before
Worked for me :-D Thanks!!!