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Old 11-06-2009, 09:48 PM   #591
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Thanks for bailing me out once again, Artlady. I sure wish I could take some classes from you. You are so very patient, an excellent teacher and a Master Knitter. Your work is amazing.
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Old 11-07-2009, 03:44 AM   #592
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Ahhh shucks! Your complimentary words are so kind!
You made my evening! Bless you!
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Old 04-27-2010, 03:37 PM   #593
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Dudes, the pdf doesn't load. :(
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Old 04-27-2010, 04:12 PM   #594
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Dudes, the pdf doesn't load. :(
What pdf?
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Old 05-03-2010, 07:09 AM   #595
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What pdf?

I think she's talking about the pdf in the first post. It's suppose to go to the pdf of the moderne log cabin but the link appears to be broken. This one should work.
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Old 05-03-2010, 05:22 PM   #596
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Thanks Jodi!

The pdf link worked 'back when'. I wonder what happened to un-link it? I doubled back and fixed the original pdf link. I wonder, maybe they expire? Thanks again! I was clueless.
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Old 06-23-2010, 02:09 PM   #597
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I probably shouldn't bump this thread since this KAL is long over, but I have been posting my progress all along and I feel like I should keep going.

I finished another log a few weeks ago and have not been able to start on the next one, only because I need to sit and concentrate in order to start the next color. The colors are growing on me and I'm starting to want to see what it looks like finished.

The spot is apparently on my lens; in another photo I took it overlaps the peach and beige sections.

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Hi Katie!

Oh this is turning out just great! Ya know...the Mason-Dixon gals say they ALWAYS have a couple of log cabin blankets OTN. They have one for worsted leftovers, one for dk leftovers, and maybe other weights as well! They say, as soon as they finish a garment project, if there is any leftover tidbits or yardage...they immediately tag it into the ongoing log cabin! Isn't that just a great way to use even our smallest remnants of yarn?

Anyhoo, this KAL will never be over. Like the sock KAL...you just keep it rollin' and rollin'!

Will look forward to your progress, no matter how long it takes! Thanks so much for taking time to post the photo! I really appreciate it! Great work!
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Oh golly! I just found my ruined blankey at the bottom of a stash of yarn....I got so discouraged about it (and that was 2 years ago!)...that I just tossed it. But I didn't toss if far, did I? I could have thrown it into the trash, but since I didn't, I figure there is still some fondness in it for me. I could maybe finish it up and use it for a tv blanket or car blanket for me...never to show it to others. But I think my creative use of crochet on the bottom (dark brown) row to even it up just makes it look very, very ugles....

Yet I still can't throw it out! Maybe I can donate it to a cat shelter.
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Oh golly! I just found my ruined blankey at the bottom of a stash of yarn....I got so discouraged about it (and that was 2 years ago!)...that I just tossed it. But I didn't toss if far, did I? I could have thrown it into the trash, but since I didn't, I figure there is still some fondness in it for me. I could maybe finish it up and use it for a tv blanket or car blanket for me...never to show it to others. But I think my creative use of crochet on the bottom (dark brown) row to even it up just makes it look very, very ugles....

Yet I still can't throw it out! Maybe I can donate it to a cat shelter.
Woodi, this blanket isn't ugly! Matter of fact, I rather like the color combinations you chose! If I were you, I'd frog that last outside wonky brown 'log', and pick up where I left of.

Logs shouldn't become taller in certain areas. This makes me think that you possibly put the blanket down mid-row for some reason, and when you came back to it you might have started knitting back over the stitches you'd knit before you were interrupted. Then when you reached the end, you turned the work and knit back over those stitches for the third time and then all the way to the end. That would make the log about two rows taller in the area that's too tall.

Anyway, a good frogging should reveal the problem and you can start fresh! Like a computer re-boot!

I think your blanket is worth the trouble! I'm the President of the Frog Club! Our motto is 'Frog til ya get it Right!'
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