Totally yes, can always make another diagram. ...and arrows! Vive la difference! I prefer them for Binche, as it takes me as long to fumble around with pins and a board as it does to do same at the lace pillow. For me the arrows are faster! I make a copy on heavy card-type computer paper of the diagram, prop it anywhere convenient, use different colour arrows, one for each point I need to keep track of - how it is with Binche, lots going on in all directions. Sometimes I jot a note on the arrow. Just in case the arrow flies off when away from my lace place, I put the arrows copy inside a sheet protector. Even if.... it doesn't take long to find place on the diagram vs. work in progress. Great to have choices and to be able to do whatever it takes to enjoy making the lace!
On Sun, Sep 17, 2017 at 9:11 AM, Anita Hansen <purplelace...@hotmail.com> wrote: > In my initial Binche class it was suggested to use the sticky arrows. > Hated them! It is so much easier to pull a pin out of the foam and quickly > move it than it is to get an arrow off of paper and repositioned. -- Bev in Shirley BC, near Sooke on beautiful Vancouver Island, west coast of Canada - To unsubscribe send email to majord...@arachne.com containing the line: unsubscribe lace y...@address.here. For help, write to arachne.modera...@gmail.com. Photo site: http://www.flickr.com/photos/lacemaker/sets/