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Old 05-10-2011, 02:35 PM   #2
RochesterKnitter
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Depends on how many increases you are doing. Since your pattern is a multiple of 6, if you are doing 6 increases then add them so they will be equal to your pattern at the end.

These are the rs rows:
p1 k5 - original pattern
p1 k5 inc 1
p1 k5 p1 inc1
p1 k5 p1 k1 inc 1
p1 k5 p1 k2 inc 1
p1 k5 p1 k3 inc 1
p1 k5 p1 k4 inc 1, total of 6 inc which match original pattern
p1 k5 p1 k5

Do the same for however many inc the pattern calls for.

Last edited by RochesterKnitter : 05-10-2011 at 05:41 PM.
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