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Old 10-31-2008, 11:12 AM   #2
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Since the whole thing is knit flat, then button's around the teapot, the ends are where the buttons/buton holes will go around the handle. (Actually, the bottom is circular, then switches to flat.)

The center, where the PMs (place maker) and the M1 increases are is for the gusset/spout. This is the part you can leave out, at least till your close to the top. You might want to have your increase stitches more often, maybe every row for 3-4 rows, since your spout is so short and extends quickly from the side of the teapot.
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