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Old 08-08-2008, 11:01 AM   #6
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So in other words, I would--K2- increase 1 from the bar below-K1-increase 1 from the bar below-K3
Then that would throw off the stitch count. Because kfb uses a stitch for an increase, and the others don't, you'd have to shift the M1 inc over a stitch. So it would go -
k3, m1, k1, m1, k2

And if the sts are too tight to do a kfb, maybe you're knitting too tight. There should be enough give in a st to easily do a kfb or k2tog or whatever.
sue- knitting heretic

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