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Topic: Desperately seeking ARGYLE  (Read 1586 times)
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« Reply #10 on: June 20, 2005 07:39:42 PM »

Hello Squeakyweasels,

I am very happy to share the argyle with you, it's no trouble at all!

However, I have just looked all through my book and can't find it.  This is impossible, because I KNOW it exists.  I have spent many hours gazing at the argyle page and imagining making a sweater vest.  Therefore, I think the problem is just that I am tired and overlooking it.  I just wanted you to know that I will find it soon and am very happy to do so.

Incidentially, how silly of me to worry about an argyle pattern being copyright! Of course no-one can copyright a thing like that.  I guess I've just been reading a lot about violations lately and become hyper-cautious Tongue

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« Reply #11 on: June 23, 2005 08:14:42 AM »

I found it! It wasn't in Mon Tricot after all, but the 'McCalls Needlework Treasury.'  And also it was a chart.  And I am dumb so I don't know how to modify those charts from the net, so I tried to make my own in Paint, and it turned out really wonky, for which I am so sorry. It's marked out in 8x10 blocks but I can't get it to post large enough.  Do you want me to send you the file? Then you could play around with it and stuff. 

At any rate it was pretty fun to make (like a knitting crossword puzzle!) and I hope you can get some use out of it.

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« Reply #12 on: August 19, 2005 06:15:39 AM »

excellent pattern dawn.  there's also one for a potholder posted on about.com.


it seems like it's rotated to me - if i were going to knit it up, i'd rotate the pattern 90 degrees clockwise. 

up next, an argyle scarf for me!

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« Reply #13 on: August 19, 2005 08:26:23 AM »

Awesome! Thanks, you guys!

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