This is "Lacy 2047", test-knit by michaela112358, who called row 15 "a bit of a head-melter."
"This AI pattern lacked the rhythm that you tend to get with a normal pattern."
Anyone have a favorite super-simple throw-it-together crockpot recipe? Under some deadlines here but still want tasty leftovers. Any type of food OK.
There's this one self-affirmation talk that's been marketed under 4510 different titles. I decided to train a neural net to generate some more.
"Man Leaf Cross", a SkyKnit pattern so messed-up that even the heroic debugging of test-knitter isilzha couldn't save it from becoming whatever the heck this is.
This is "Revers Shawl", test-knit by citikas. It was one of SkyKnit's earliest designs, and despite heroic debugging, not exactly a shawl. It was reversible though.
Eeeee there's a webcam at the South Pole?! https://www.usap.gov/videoclipsandmaps/spwebcam.cfm
I'm training a neural network to generate new knitting patterns, in partnership with a bunch of folks at Ravelry.
This is "Mystery lace", test-knit by DataSock. https://www.ravelry.com/discuss/lazy-stupid-and-godless/3718985/426-450#442
Mastodon semi-newbie question: I've been doing an epic thread on Birbsite on a knitting experiment that I think you all would love. I'd like to reproduce it here but don't want to spam everyone's feed. Is there a way to thread without each reply cluttering up the timeline?