Okay, here's your lesson on retrieving information from a website if you are getting an error message. (The blind leading the blind! Ha-ha.)
I'm using Dayna's crochet patterns as the example, but this should work with anything. Keep in mind, Hubby thinks there may be a limited amount of time that this works before whatever you're looking for goes away permanently, but he's not sure what that time period is.
I was looking at pictures of Dayna's squares in the designer section of Ravelry yesterday, but whenever I clicked on any of the pattern links, I got an error message. When that happens, if you'll put whatever it is you're looking for into Google and do a search and you can get it to come up on the Google Search Results page, you can retrieve it. You need to be as specific as you can.
For example, I put "Dayna's Crochet Wheel Lattice" into the search box and hit enter. This is what came up on the Search Results:
Dayna's Crochet - Free Patterns - Feb 14
Wheel Lattice. 12 inch square (with 7" and 8" options), easy and light. Materials: I hook. Worsted weight yarn ... Dayna Audirsch, July 14, 2004 ...
dayna.tdgservices.com/ShowPattern.aspx?PatternID=58 - Cached -
If you click the link to go to the page, you'll still get the error message. BUT...Do you see that word "Cached" at the very end? If you click on that, OMG!, it will come up! (Click on it on the Search Results page, Silly, not above.)
It's MAGIC! There it is in plain English, but I had no idea!
You'll need to put in "Dayna's Crochet" and then the exact pattern name you want, and you'll have to do it separately for each one you want. You must find the exact page that you want on the Search Results Page. Ravelry.com has pictures of all the squares and their names. When you get into Ravelry, just do a search under "Designers" for "Dayna" and they will come up. (For those of you who don't know, you have to be a member of Ravelry to get inside and see all the goodies. That can take several days after you apply for membership on their home page.)
I hope I explained all that correctly. If not, or if you need additional info, just let me know in the comments.
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