When I first saw it, I couldn't follow the written or pictorial instructions. Normally, I can do the stitch by following one or the other instructions (most often the pictures are easier to follow for me).
With the Linked Double Chain Stitch, it was a lost cause. Even removing wrong stitches and trying again didn't work. So, for that reason, there are only three incorrectly stitched stitches in my sampler. That's all I had the time or patience for with this stitch.
Since I don't plan to ever use the Linked Double Chain Stitch in the future, I didn't want to waste any more time with it. I wrote my journal entry and gratitude list, put some images on the pages, and called it a week. I was ready to move on to the next week.
It came at a good time because I am running out of images from which to choose. The TAST project has been a good one on many levels including that I am using up what I have on hand. This has been a great way to put to use what has been sitting around in my home office for a long time now.