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Old 04-30-2012, 09:24 AM   #20
Ribbing the Cuff
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If someone has a problem and posts a link to the pattern we can and do go to the link and review the pattern. I went out at the beginning and reviewed and printed the pattern. I have a copy here to review if/when you have problem.

You can and should include small parts of the pattern that you are having a problem with for the fastest response.

"If that is how this forum works I will not get any help....." The forum is trying to follow the copy right laws and respect the authors work product. As for help I thought that you had been receiving help? There is a good group of moderators that are here to provide you with help based on their years of experience. There are also a lot of other users that will give help as best they can.

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