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Old 01-02-2013, 07:31 PM   #7
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Changing the first k7 to a k6 was just an easy way to balance out the pattern and stitch number. The basic number of sts as you start the increase row was wrong. So, if you have a cable pattern going, figure out a way to get the extra increase in there somewhere that mimics the increases that occur in the k7, m1 area. Check with the following directions for the cable pattern to see that it indeed requires 77sts and not 78 or some other number.
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