Ok, it's late here and I seem to be having a brain fog, so while i ponder this problem in my sleep, i thought I would also pose the question to you guys, in case any of you are clearer headed and will provide clarity for me upon waking (if I don't).
Here is my question. If I have a chart for a lace/cable whatever pattern, and it's been made for, lets say, a cuff down sock, or a neck down sweater, etc, but i want to make toe up or waist up instead, do i need to do anything to the chart. Like, and this is prolly ludicrous, turn it upside down. Or do I read from the top instead, which doesn't seem like it would work to me. Or do i have to remake the chart? Or do i just use it as is, but this would result in an upside down pattern, i'm sure.
Like i said, i'm a little tired, and everytime i get 2 steps into thinking this through, everything just blurrs out in my mind :teehee:
I hope i haven't asked the dumbest question on earth.
[size=1]I know, there are no dumb questions, just dumb askers, yeppers, that's moi![/size]