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1  KNITTING / Projects from the Stitch 'N B**ch Books by Debbie Stoller / Casey's Coat Help? on: November 26, 2006 11:37:55 AM
I'm working on an UGA-themed Casey's Coat from SNBN in Lion Brand Micro Spun. It's been going well so far... you can see the progress on http://3starknits.blogspot.com

...but I'm having some problems. I've been asked to put a UGA logo or something of that nature. I know, I know.. if I decide on the logo I'll have to get permission. But I'm running into much bigger trouble:

1. I've never done any colorwork before and I don't know how to make a graph, read a chart, anything.. any ideas? I've seen some videos on knittinghelp.com that kinda helped but I just can't seem to get it right. Is there any good tips out there I should know? Could I duplicate stitch the pattern on?

2. I'm lost without a schematic... and not sure if I'm working from the top down or from the back legs up to the collar?

Thanks for reading... if anybody has some help it'd be greatly appreciated!!
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