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Old 10-02-2011, 05:00 AM   #6
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These set up rows are almost always painful especially when a large number of sts are involved. I would put markers into row 11 to keep on track for the repeats in row 12. You're probably on circular needles so you can slip the sts from one needle to the other. As you do that count off the sts before the repeat and place a marker. Then mark off the repeat sts in groups of 10 or 20 up to the final set of sts. Now when you do each group of sts, it'll be easier to see where you are off within one or two repeats rather than all the sts. You can use small pieces of scrap yarn tied into circles or safety pins or even st markers as markers
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