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Old 04-15-2012, 01:44 PM   #4
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Originally Posted by suzeeq View Post
When you knit in the round, you do knit every round to get stockinette stitch. So pay attention to whether it's joined to knit in the round or knit flat. It may be she's taken a knit in the round pattern and changed it to knit flat though, but didn't convert it completely. But go ahead and contact her to get clarification.
Thank you for the clarification. I was not aware that it was different in the round! I truly am learning something new every day!
Another thing I "accidentally" learned when making this hat was how to make button-holes. When I was supposed to increase 8 stitches evenly from 72 to 80 after the ribbing, I referred to my beginner's book and decided (randomly) to do yarn over increases. When I saw the holes, I thought I had done something terribly wrong! Turns out I just learned a new skill!
Thanks again for your help.
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