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Old 08-20-2012, 12:13 AM   #3
kacyann
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Originally Posted by suzeeq View Post
When a pattern says to increase IN a stitch, it's a kfb increase, not a m1. The way you did it could work, though you may want to knit to the last stitch, inc, then k1.
The reason I asked because am not sure both sides are equal. Yes I am doing the KFB, I knit to the last two STS , I increase (two sts) then I knit the last one. the begining Part of of the row is to knit on then increase. So i wanted to see if to end the row was right, with me increasing then knitting in the last sts. Hope that make sense.

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