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KWest
12-02-2009, 01:43 PM
I need help with Celtic Charm pattern by Marguerite Wilson. Has anyone been able to complete this pattern? I have a problem in pattern A: rows 13-24. Knit rows 1-12, then rows 13-24 say to repeat rows 1-12. Is this correct? I have knitted it twice and it doesn't come out for me. I've contacted the books publisher but they haven't been any help. TIA KWest

suzeeq
12-02-2009, 07:12 PM
I don't know the pattern, but this sounds right for many stitch patterns. They may have you repeat the previous rows in the pattern.

KWest
12-03-2009, 02:28 AM
I don't know the pattern, but this sounds right for many stitch patterns. They may have you repeat the previous rows in the pattern.

The repeated rows won't work in this pattern. I didn't give enough info. in my post. I'll try to give more detail this time.

Row 1:
work row 1 of pattern A.
work row 1 of pattern B.
work row 1 of pattern C.
work row 1 of pattern D.
work row 1 of pattern A.

Row 2:
work row 2 of pattern A.
work row 2 of pattern D.
work row 2 of pattern C.
work row 2 of pattern B.
work row 2 of pattern A.

Pattern B, C, and D have 24 rows.
Pattern A says do rows 1-12, then rows 13-24. Rows 13-24 are a repeat of rows 1-12. This is where I'm having trouble. I've knitted it twice and ripped it twice! It doesn't look right. HELP PLEASE!?

TIA KWest

suzeeq
12-03-2009, 09:54 AM
Okay, you have 4 st patterns and you work them across. Since B C and D have 24 rows and A has only 12, then you have to work the A pattern twice for every single repeat of B c and D. So on Row 13, work row 1 of A and row 13 of the other patterns. Row 14 is Row 2 of A and row 14 of the others.

KWest
12-03-2009, 12:39 PM
Okay, you have 4 st patterns and you work them across. Since B C and D have 24 rows and A has only 12, then you have to work the A pattern twice for every single repeat of B c and D. So on Row 13, work row 1 of A and row 13 of the other patterns. Row 14 is Row 2 of A and row 14 of the others.

Thank you, I'll try again.:knitting: