- I was terrified the first time I knit from a chart, too. Don't worry, it's really not that bad, and this is a great pattern for getting the hang of it. Just make sure you read from right to left, and I highly recommend use of a highlighter to mark the last row you finished. Also, if those little blocks blur together, you can always write out the pattern. It takes longer, but can be exactly what you need to make it "click."
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Date: Wed, 9 Sep 2009 22:13:17 +0000
Subject: [hemlockringkal] Chart KnittingI've never knit from a chart before, and am kind of terrified that I'll screw it up. Any advice, or things I should know?
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