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Welcome Maly,

Hoarding yarn? Me? Wink Hardly.

I like to have my yarn out where I can see all the colors in order to put them together, so when hubby commented on how much I have I just said " well they are only a couple of bucks, so why not?"
So I'll admit to having some stashed away that he doesn't know about yet. Embarassed


Glad you got it working...what a cutie!  Kiss

Cheesy thank you very much.. This one, though it is the same pattern as the other one, i have made a bit different.. The pattern i have onlu goes up to 12 months.. But this little fellow is turning 3 in 7 days.. So of course i needed to make it bigger... A lot of measuring.. Cheesy

Hi, Karen and thanks for asking.

First, I'm more technical than being a crochet expert.  I can tell you a few related things regarding the freePatternWizard since I wrote the program.

The patternWizard has settings that will allow you to vary the number of stitches in section 6. There you can select the number of stitches across if you want.  If you choose the second option, you can enter the stitch count across manually and the system will enlarge or reduce the image so it creates a chart with the given count.  So, for example, the chart could be set to use 10 stitches across if you wanted.  Or as many as 300.

Regarding the paper size, I'm not sure exactly how many stitches would fit across on an A3 sheet.  We've had many discussions here about final stitched items vs. the number of stitches across on a crochet pattern/chart.  It relates to the needle size, fibre, and tension so there's no real single answer. For what its worth, a future update to the patternWizard will allow many different paper sizes... not just the American Legal size.  A new version will support up to A0 and down to A8 (and do B, C, and others) but I have yet to determine the limits I'll set up regarding maximum number of stitches across.  I'll have to raise the limits for the larger paper sizes.

So those are my technical comments but I have a feeling this may not fully answer your questions.  I have a feeling Melanie may also answer with her ideas.



Oooh, there's a video?  I didn't know that.  I'll have to look!

Let me know what you think after you see it all the way through.  Smile

Wow, under the bar of the stitch...yeah, that's what it sounds like to me, that the loops would all be on one side.  Definitely, I'd be cautious about gauge.  Undecided  Unfortunately, I think for the most part that if you want something to look knitted, it needs to be knitted, or crocheted if you want it to look crocheted!  (Even though there technically are knit stitches that resemble crochet.)

No too!  Kiss  I get totally bored "just" watching TV without doing something else.  It's so much nicer to be getting something accomplished while watching a great show!
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