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Re: Reading Knitting Charts - Part 1 - Corrected and Updated 3/1/16
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Re: Reading Knitting Charts - Part 1 - Corrected and Updated 3/1/16
March 3, 2016 at 1:30:56 AM
 
Debbie,

It all looks greatKiss  Thank you for fixing it all and re-uploading.  That was a lot of work, and greatly appreciated!  Kiss


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Re: Reading Knitting Charts - Part 1 - Corrected and Updated 3/1/16
March 3, 2016 at 8:31:58 AM  (in response to Stitchboard Admin message #1)
 
Thanks, Melanie,

I hope others find it as helpful as it has been for me. 


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StitchMeKnot message #18
Re: Reading Knitting Charts - Part 1 - Corrected and Updated 3/1/16
March 3, 2016 at 8:42:18 AM  (in response to StitchMeKnot message #2)
 
Okay,  here is a list of some faggoting lace stitches which are being considered for charting tutorials ...

  • Turkish Stitch
  • Purse Stitch
  • Garter Stitch Faggoting Lace

You can see what these basic Lace Stitch patterns look like at About.com.

Please add your desired stitch patterns to this list.  I'll sort them by complexity, and start working up the charts as time permits.

Eventually, we can work our way up to more complex stitch patterns such as the one Melanie suggested on page 1 of this thread. 

Thanks!




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Re: Reading Knitting Charts - Part 1 - Corrected and Updated 3/1/16
March 4, 2016 at 3:52:33 AM  (in response to StitchMeKnot message #3)
 
Debbie,

Really beautiful stitch patterns!  Kiss  Love how you're starting simple and working your way up.  Smile


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StitchMeKnot message #20
Re: Reading Knitting Charts - Part 1 - Corrected and Updated 3/1/16
March 4, 2016 at 1:23:19 PM  (in response to Stitchboard Admin message #4)
 
Thanks, Melanie.

I find it makes the learning curve a lot easier when I do things this way.

Hopefully, others will as well.


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Stitchboard Admin message #21
Re: Reading Knitting Charts - Part 1 - Corrected and Updated 3/1/16
March 5, 2016 at 3:55:07 AM  (in response to StitchMeKnot message #5)
 
Debbie,

I agree, it really does make things easier.  Smile


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