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March 10, 2011


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In both cases - are right and left sides different?


Right and Left sides differ along the edges (where decreases happen).


So ---- would it work to chart the right edge > right side > center> (instruct to repeat right side on left) > left edge?


It would be work right-side chart (includes the decrease edge), work the center (which may or may not match the right side -- in some places the first half would but the second half wouldnt quite (close but with this like yo, ssk for 1/2 of it, and k2tog yo in the same places on the other half) .. then the left side chart, with its side decrease edge.
In some places, its easy, in others things get left leaning slants on the right side, and right leaning slants on the left side.

Colleen G

Well, the more I knit from charts, the more I realize that I hate small charts. I'm not yet ancient, yet the small font size of some charts makes me lose my place.
I vote big fonts, and multiple charts. Yes, it'll take up a bit more paper; but having to enlarge a chart can be a major PITA.
Of course, that's just my vote.
Besides, finishing a chart makes me feel like I've accomplished something. And that's always a good thing.


google scott flansburg on youtube.com

i saw him on tv the othe day - he is called the human calculator. he has several videos on youtube, and claims that anyone can learn math, and be good on it. from what I saw, he is good at making people understand what math is all about. he has a homepage, that google will help you find, where you can learn more about him.

this is one link that I found on youtube when i searched for him there, but there are several.


I do hope that you too will learn:)

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