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Old 01-25-2012, 09:45 PM   #2
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Making eyelets is easy. Knit to where you want the eyelet , Yarn over , then k2 together. The yarn over is an increase but you cancel it out with the K2tog so your stitch count will remain the same when you knit the next row. When you knit the next row , treat the yarn over as a regular stitch and your stitch count returns to the original number of stitches you had before the eyelet row. Hope this helps you.
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