you think we look pretty good together you think my shoes are made of leather
And then I thought, huh, I kinda am not totally into the balloons at the end of the sleeves. I mean, balloons? So I figure, maybe instead, a slight bell sleeve instead. And now I'm thinking, should I do the chevron stitches at all?
When I was telling Amber about this plan, her thought was that I have just changed the pattern significantly enough that I shouldn't link my work to Labyrinth in Ravelry. Her point is that when people look at the finished products of Labyrinth, mine would be so significantly changed that they would get a different product, so it's kind of a waste of space. Plus, since it's a top-down raglan, I could figure out the math based on my gauge swatch and really make my own sweater in that style anyway, so I don't need to link it to Labyrinth.
On the other hand, my thought is that I am not doing all of the math on my own - Wendy Bernard did it all for me. And I believe that the changes I'm making are pretty minor. Plus, I don't believe that I'm making enough changes that are altering the work significantly enough that I could, say, sell the work as my own (as per current copyright laws/interpretations/touchy discussions). Since I could not do so, the pattern is still enough of the essence of Labyrinth as to be Labyrinth. Also, I personally actually do enjoy seeing modifications in Ravelry.
So. Those are the two sides. What do you think?