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Old 01-17-2013, 12:22 PM   #26
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Originally Posted by dudeKnit View Post
You wouldn't be surprised how many times I started, restarted it until it looked right. It's really nice when you get the hang of it and it starts to look like something. I almost feel like I know what I'm doing. I was impressed how well my color transition went.
You're right... I wouldn't be surprised. Been there, done that . But you're further along than I was at this stage -- even with a personal trainer!

Just wait, once you've got the knit and the purl stitches mastered, there's literally no limit to the variations of how you put them together. They are the basis of everything else, and once you have a firm command of them you can literally do anything. In programmer speak, they're the primitives. If they're sound, the objects you derive from them will be sound. And the objects can be as complex as your imagination will let them be.
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