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jimhim 11-29-2009 08:09 AM

need help with reading the instructions
 
hi all,

i down loaded a pattern of the internet. and the instructions are very sketchey at best it does not mention how many row after the cast on stitches plus is a garter stitch all knit rows thanks for your help


RAGLAN SLEEVE SWEATER with BONNET
Use size 6 needles
Baby yarn 3 or 4 ounce
Abbreviations
St = stitches K = knit P = purl
YO = yarn over Inc = increase Mrk = marker
Tog = together RS = right side WS = wrong side
Cast on 50 stitches.
Work even in garter st (knit each row) until 2 purl ridges on right side.
(RS) Button hole - k2, YO, k2tog, k across.
Knit next row.

suzeeq 11-29-2009 11:01 AM

Hi, yes, garter st is knit all rows, and a purl ridge is formed when you knit 2 rows. So you knit 4 rows then on the next row, work a buttonhole. Mark that side with a safety pin or piece of yarn as the RS.

Could you please edit your post to remove most of the pattern? It's a copyright violation to post an entire pattern here, even if it's free; the site owners can get into trouble. It's okay to put a few rows that you're having a problem with, and a link to the pattern though.

jimhim 11-29-2009 02:03 PM

sorry for that i did not know it was a copyright violation.
so i knit four rows and then repeat after the line with the botton hole

suzeeq 11-29-2009 02:45 PM

Yes, and you'll be doing the buttonhole row every couple inches or so probably. Unless there's just one at the top.

Most people don't know it's a problem to repost the whole pattern, so we do let them know.

sandy57th 11-29-2009 06:23 PM

Is there anyway to put this up, banner-style, at the top of the site pages? Hardly a day goes by when someone posts too much of a pattern and then gets told that they've done something wrong. It's such a constant problem and it would be so much easier (and nicer) if it were in plain sight.

suzeeq 11-29-2009 07:57 PM

There have been a couple in the last two days or so, but usually it only happens a couple times a month. There is mention of it in the 'How to post your Questions' sticky in the How To forum, but unfortunately, many people don't read the stickies in any forum.


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