14 October 2010

Following on from yesterday!

So, now you've recovered from the Terry way of doing the split chain - here's a development from that which is a floating chain.

Again this has evolved from yesterday's single shuttle split chain and I think (personally) that this has a LOT of potential for designers.  In fact you'll have to wait til tomorrow to see a 'fast and easy' pattern using this method.

Dear old brain cell 3 also has several other ideas up his sleeve.  Oh, just realised - brains don't have sleeves, do they?

Another 'taster' for you!!!


Margarets designer cards said...

It must be me but I cant work this one out. perhaps I have my silly head on today. Margaret

Katherinne McKay said...


I'll be trying out the split chain method when I get home later today, and after I finish that edging so I can clear a few shuttles. Didn't have time to try yesterday.

Marty said...

Huh, it must be a secret. My browser keeps telling me "Page not Found". Perhaps I need a browser that doesn't speak pigeon English. ;)

Unknown said...

I love your diagrams! You're awesome! I'll have to study it out when I'm not in so much pain and my brain isn't exhausted!

Michelle said...

I can't get the link to work either! Help!

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