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« on: July 08, 2006 10:20:02 AM »

Hi everyone - I am getting so frustrated with a particular pattern I am working on - and I am pretty sure it is jus missing a piece of the pattern.. Is there a crocheter that reads Japanese(not just the charts like me) that might be able to read the written directions to tell me where on earth the body is?  I just want to cry!  I have made several amigurumi and have had absolutely no problem - I am preferring them to the written out patterns I grew up making..
This one though is kicking my butt!!!

If someone can help me I would be super thankful!!

I am working from the groovy world booklet and  am making the fawn(style 1 but that probably doesn't make a difference in the pattern) and I can not seem to find the body.  The head appears to be on page 36  then the facial things/ears and tail on page 37 and the front and back leg on page 38.. but no body!

Help?
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« Reply #1 on: August 01, 2006 09:57:45 AM »

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Did you get the help you needed? I have an article I downloaded months ago that I could email you but, I could not find an email address for you and the problem is I did not copy the link...I am not sure how to contact you ...
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« Reply #2 on: August 01, 2006 11:36:25 AM »

It all worked out  - it turns out the missing part of the pattern was on another page - which was new to me - all of the other Japanese patterns I have done have all the parts together - this was my first continue on page....
So yeah, all done and looking great - and getting wisted by others.

Thank you.
I totally forgot to post up that the missing piece of the pattern was located - right after the spaceship pattern which ironically enough I had actually made already - and posted pics of in the completed projects board...
go figure.  I just had a bit of panic and should have noticed the weird entry with the p whatever the number it was on ....

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