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Babe 01-24-2011 10:44 AM

can't understand pattern
 
Hi, I'm knitting mittens by Kate Gilbert (www.kategilbert.com) called 'Gifted'. I don't understand on page 3 HAND: It reads slip the first 14 sts to your straight needle. Put the loop from the crochet hook on the right needle then k across the rest of the row.
Row 1 P across
Rows 2 8 work evenly in stst. continue as directed for woman. Would that mean for row 2 to k 8 rows then go to WOMAN and start Row 1 etc?

Thank you
Babe
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KnitZombie 01-24-2011 11:23 AM

I'm no expert, but I think if I was reading the pattern (I took a look at it), I'd probably do what you are saying. Knit 2-8, then move on to whatever size I'm working on. In your case...woman.

Jan in CA 01-24-2011 01:45 PM

Working evenly means working with no increases or decreases. In this case that's stockinette stitch.

Yes, you complete the knit even part that ends with row 8 then start the directions with row 1 of woman.


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