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« on: January 20, 2008 03:13:20 PM »

so i'm working on this bag: http://www.berroco.com/exclusives/lucca/lucca.html


and i've already completed the front and the back.

so now i'm on the flap.

and i get the first part (follow chart 1 until 14 rows) because that chart has 14 rows.

then i get to the second part.  "follow chart 2 until 25 rows have been completed."

except that chart 2 is made up of 54 rows.

and when i look at the picture i can't see anything that goes past row 25.

and i'm horribly horribly confused.

my only thought is that the flap is double sided?  i don't know.  that makes no sense because they don't talk anywhere about those remaining 29 rows n the pile of flesh.

i've written berroco's webmaster because they have nowhere on their page about how to ask for pile of flesh corrections.

meanwhile i turn to you craftsters... help!!
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« Reply #1 on: January 20, 2008 03:44:33 PM »

are there other pictures with the pile of flesh?  from this pic it looks like the pile of flesh goes beyond the front bit, so the back bit might just be a repeat of the pile of flesh, so maybe when you finish what they mention, you repeat part of it to finish the repeating pile of flesh? 

yea i am so just guessing.
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« Reply #2 on: January 20, 2008 04:00:25 PM »

My guess would be that the chart was originally from something else, like a sweater, then they decided to adapt it to a bag.

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« Reply #3 on: January 20, 2008 04:02:13 PM »

are there other pictures with the pile of flesh?  from this pic it looks like the pile of flesh goes beyond the front bit, so the back bit might just be a repeat of the pile of flesh, so maybe when you finish what they mention, you repeat part of it to finish the repeating pile of flesh? 

yea i am so just guessing.

you know, i thought that, but the back is made exactly the same as the front, so the back would already be complete.



My guess would be that the chart was originally from something else, like a sweater, then they decided to adapt it to a bag.



hmm... that's interesting... you may be totally right. Smiley
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