|My attempt at charting Falling Leaves Lace Shawl with Stitch Fiddle|
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Sometimes perfectionism and knitting are evil partners!
I attempted charting the pattern for Falling Leaves Lace Shawl (which is causing me great difficulty - as shared in this post) on graph paper with no success.
I googled "charting knitting patterns" and found Stitch Fiddle where you can create knitting charts.
I have continued to fiddle with this pattern.
Fiddle & fiddle & fiddle & fiddle.
I have a million and one things to do before I leave with the Senior Center tomorrow on a three-day trip to Chena Hot Springs and North Pole, Alaska.
Working on freelance projects that will net me actual income.
Important items to be snail-mailed.
Getting the house "guest presentable"
(we have friends that will be arriving from out of state before I get home Friday)!
Pack clothes -- which reminds me, I need to wash some clothes!
Yet, here I sit, fiddling with this #&@* pattern and sharing the pain with you!
Yep, sometimes being a perfectionist and a knitter is pure hell and NOT a good mix!
Damn that OCD!
The shawl mocks me from my coffee table every time I walk through our living room.
The add for this particular kit from Darn Good Yarns keeps popping up!
Anyone have a clue how to chart a shift of pattern 5 stitches?????
I contacted the designer, who stated I should be able to get the correct copy from whom every I purchased the pattern from, but she would send me the most recent version of the pattern.
I sent an email to Darn Good Yarns - awaiting a reply from them.