Posies and pennies together.
I like the border very much. The shawl is beautiful.
I will definitely bookmark this for hats to donate. Thank You so much. You are being very generous and I appreciate it.
Your work is beautiful and the colors of your shawl are so so so just perfect. Love it.
Love it. The pattern is adorable.
I am on vacation in Sedona. I will sit out in the beautiful area by the creek and knit. A lot of people come there and stroll by.
I had no trouble going to the site. I will definitely participate. Thank You.
I love your posts. Keep brightening up my day. Be sure to have some fun today.
Listen to your own advice. If you don't like what someone says don't read it. Most of all, making nasty comments only demeans you.
I can't really say what made me figure it out.. I do know it was something that one of you fabulous people posted to my request for help. Thank You again.
Hooray, I figured out the chart! I am well on my way to a beautiful new shawl. Thank You to all who responded to my post. Your help is appreciated.
28 of the pages are just showing how to do a knit st, purl st, yarn over, etc. I know all the stitches and how to do them. I just want to learn where to start and how to read this chart. Other charts have a row 1,2,3,4,etc. The bottom long side (Where it says to start) looks like it already has hundreds of stitches on the needle. I am really anxious to learn why I can't understand how to read this chart.
I am confused because of where it says start and the arrows on one of the charts going up one side at an angle and down at an angle on the other side.Is this how I read the chart? I have had no problems reading charts before. It says to start on the long side and work toward the point. Also why is there no corresponding stitch to match the knit 2tog on the opposite side of the yarn overs. If no middle stitch is shown why is the yarn over in the middle of the shawl pattern? You are fabulous for taking the time to read my post. I am not a new knitter. Just confused. I want to learn.
I am a quilter and think your quilt is a masterpiece. The colors are beautiful.