d*mn; this is hard!

boy - I'm sweating bullets trying to whip the Spanish Armada pattern into shape. It wasn't a hard knit - but I evidently do a lot more instinctive fudging then I was ever aware I did...and of course it is all coming to light with people beginning to knit the pattern.

*grin* maybe I should have just sat back and glowed in the compliments instead of trying to put the pattern in a shape others could knit it as well...but it's frustrating when person after person asks - where's the pattern? and all you can answer is "in my head"

So far the tricky part is the print o' the wave section - and I know why - and I know what I did - but I can't seem to get that converted to numbers and charts....

maybe I have too much blood in my caffeinne stream!


scubasinger's picture

I can sympathize. I'm one hell of a cook, but a lot of what I do is based on 'feel'. Q: How much flour do you add? A: Until the dough 'feel's right. Q: How much do you let the roux brown? A: Until it looks right...sorta a blond-beige or a slightly brown tan. Q: How much of that herb do you put it? A: Smell it and see if it's strong or not-so-strong and adjust accordingly....


And I wonder why people scream and whimper when I try to tell them how I made something....

But I'm LOVING your QAL, babe!!! So I'll just wait patiently for the 'Armada to arrive'.


MMario's picture

It looks like two people may be done with their SA's by next weekend. Anticipation!

MMario - ambiguity is cultivated, it doesn't happen in a vacuum!

MMario - I'm not divorced from reality - we're having a trial separation