Leisenring Spider (SBS/Tutorial)

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Re: Leisenring Spider

Post by hankaye » Mon Feb 15, 2016 6:52 pm

Ray, Howdy;

That's OK, I'm very happy with my Phone that is just a phone with a few tools, calculator
(figuring out the electrical part of my monthly fees to the Park), and the timer (reminds
me to move wet laundry to the dryer then when it's done). Other than that I don't really
have any use for nor inkling to twist my brain into utter confusion attempting to puzzle-out
the proper sequences then having to remember each for the next go-round. A phone need
only be a phone ... "an that's all I've got ta say about tha-at " F. Gump 1994

hank
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Re: Leisenring Spider

Post by fly_fischa » Tue Feb 16, 2016 4:57 pm

Great post Ray, lovely ties, it's nice to be able to see the progression. The book makes for an interesting and appropriate prop. Cheers K :)
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Re: Leisenring Spider

Post by Premerger » Thu Feb 18, 2016 9:58 am

What a great resource for anyone wanting to tie the pattern, Ray.
Well done and thank you for that.
It is another fly I'm eagerly waiting to receive.
How hard can it be?
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Re: Leisenring Spider

Post by Ron Eagle Elk » Fri Feb 19, 2016 1:38 pm

hankaye wrote:Ray, Howdy;

That's OK, I'm very happy with my Phone that is just a phone with a few tools, calculator
(figuring out the electrical part of my monthly fees to the Park), and the timer (reminds
me to move wet laundry to the dryer then when it's done). Other than that I don't really
have any use for nor inkling to twist my brain into utter confusion attempting to puzzle-out
the proper sequences then having to remember each for the next go-round. A phone need
only be a phone ... "an that's all I've got ta say about tha-at " F. Gump 1994

hank
You and me Hank. I have an old fashioned flip phone. No pictures, web browsing, or texts. It makes phone calls. I just found the calculator and alarm clock. I usually leave it on the coffee table and charge it up once a week to see if anyone has called. Usually not.
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Re: Leisenring Spider

Post by hankaye » Fri Feb 19, 2016 6:42 pm

Ron Eagle Elk, Howdy;

We're not technically challenged ... we just have better things to do.
I do keep mine with me when I venture away from the homestead, never
know when ya need back-up ;) .

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Re: Leisenring Spider

Post by NJpatbee » Sat Feb 20, 2016 9:20 am

Ray - Thanks for taking the time to put together such a detailed post and great job tying the original pattern.
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