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Old 01-13-2013, 09:20 AM   #3
navywife53
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Shaping the toe of a stocking
Originally Posted by salmonmac View Post
Welcome to Knitting Help.
If there are 3 different sizes for your pattern, these x's could refer to the two smaller sizes. Either the xx and X are defined somewhere at the beginning or the end of the pattern, or they're 0 and for all the sizes you should knit 16sts.
Can you post a link to the patten or give a pattern name?
Thank you for your reply. The Pattern is called "Eastiest Christmas Stocking (let the yarn do the work) from The Bad Sisters Knitting Company. There are three different size. The begining of the pattern does state S (M, L) but throughout the pattern the number of stitches for each size has been stated.
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