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Old 04-06-2010, 10:47 PM   #71
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WHOOOO HOOOO!!!!!

WOW that looks MUCH better!!
and it seems like you did it much easier too. What do you think of the chart now that you dont have issues?
BTW: The error that was found today was a missing yo, I was looking at my master chart today, its there. I just didnt put it on the PDF chart. Its there now, but geezzz i could have saved you a WHOLE lot of agony if i had of not missed that....sorry.

VERY NICE!!!


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Old 04-06-2010, 11:10 PM   #72
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Oh cool...So it was an error...yeah! There is purpose to my frustrations!

I think my problem was simply distraction. I don't put in my lifelines until about 6 rows, so I had a few times where I was off a stitch and pulled it back all the way...a whole pile of times.

Hitting that 7th row makes me feel better now though...it wasn't just a silly mistake! So I am happy I went back and fixed it.

I have a dumb request...Would you be able to do me a portrait view chart? The magnetic thing I use is like an 8 1/2 x 11 that folds in half. It might be easier to use the chart if I can fold the paper in half and see the whole thing.

If not, don't trouble yourself...I will make it work.
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Old 04-07-2010, 12:11 AM   #73
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Old 04-07-2010, 12:19 AM   #74
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Sweet...that will do nicely! I can't say that other people will need/want it that way...it is just what will be easier. Have you seen that neat little thing KP has...the little folder magnetic thing...this way, I can fold the pattern in half, and prop the board up!

I couldn't find a way to do it with just the printer settings or else I might have done it myself! I feel bad making a request for such a petty thing...*smiles*

Either way...thanks Captain!
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Old 04-07-2010, 12:22 AM   #75
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Have you seen that neat little thing KP has...the little folder magnetic thing...this way, I can fold the pattern in half, and prop the board up!
this is what i use....landscape view, i can see the whole thing and just move the strip up.

im to the straps on my tank...bbl
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Old 04-07-2010, 01:32 AM   #76
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GAH!!! I had to rip out twice because I kept ending up with an extra stitch. I finally figured out that I was repeating the selvedge stitch somewhere along row six. It's been a long day. I think I'll be heading on to bed now. Shawl, meet me at my couch for round 2 tomorrow morning...
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Old 04-07-2010, 01:49 AM   #77
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Good night Ladies........
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Originally Posted by Dimpledapple View Post
GAH!!! I had to rip out twice because I kept ending up with an extra stitch. I finally figured out that I was repeating the selvedge stitch somewhere along row six. It's been a long day. I think I'll be heading on to bed now. Shawl, meet me at my couch for round 2 tomorrow morning...
LOL...ok...now I don't feel so noobish....
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see...I think that was my problem all along, I moved myself to the living room and put on a little BNL, and I am moving fine *knock on wood*....

I just needed to be more comfortable I guess...with less then 160000 less sims placing demands on me....*smiles*
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