This week, I chat with doilyhead and share chart 14 of Gina's Afghan.
In the cables for this week's chart, I experimented a bit with making a set of cables that isn't perfectly symmetrical throughout. Instead, the space between the cables subtly increases and decreases if you look across or up and down the panel.
I was inspired by a comment from someone I met who had been married a long time. He said that you have moments when you are closer, and moments when you are farther apart, but marriage is how you choose to wait out the times that you aren't as close, so that you can be again, later.
So, this chart isn't as symmetrical as is entirely normal, but it does look interesting, once it's done.
My chat this week is with Glenda, also known as "doilyhead," at least, on Ravelry.
A book of his patterns is available from Schoolhouse Press
Franklin Habit wrote, with humor, about a "Conversation" with Herbert Niebling (some words on this post might not be appropriate for all audiences)
Barbara Walker's books are also at Schoolhouse Press
Fuzzy Jay's Blog is called Fuzzy Logic
Jesien is truly awe-inspiring