[FONT=“Times New Roman”][SIZE=“3”][COLOR="#201090"]Long time back I saw a book that used graphic symbols for the stitches rather than letter abbreviations. (graphic as in pictures)
I had trouble with a current project and drew out the stitches in the pattern and spotted what appears to be an error in the pattern. Starting chain was x number of stitches and row 1, 2, and following resulted in x + k stitch counts. Of course I don’t have my drawing handy to scan and insert the image. :hmm: :roll:
Symbols used were solid or hollow oval, then T for crochets with differing number of diagonal slashes to indicate single, half double, double, etc.
Has anyone else seen these?