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Old 12-02-2010, 07:13 PM   #3
LinneaJo
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Originally Posted by suzeeq View Post
This pattern won't make a triangle, more like a square. So if you want to start at the tip of one, then CO 3, knit 1 row, then k1 YO, k2 on the next. Do alll WS rows as k1 YO knit the rest of the row, and the RS rows would be k1 YO *k2tog, yo* to the end of the row and k1, repeating the (k2tog yo) sts. Keep alternating a yo knit row with the pattern row until it's as large as you want.
Thankäs alot. I THINK I understand, but I have to admit I'm getting kind of dizzy.
Could you do me the favour to be a little bit more specific and make an example? Like:

CO 3

Row 1: K3
Row 2: K1, YO, K2
Row 3: K1, YO, *k2tog, yo*, K1

Continue some rows so I can get help to see the pattern... :S

I get a little confused. Shouldn't the "inside row" be Knit 1, Purl, knit the last? Where are the purls in the inside row in the example above?

Thanks!

Linnea
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