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Old 01-19-2013, 02:35 PM   #20
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Originally Posted by GrumpyGramma View Post
Depending on the pattern, top-down raglan gauge might not be as critical since you can try it on and say, enough already, and go on to the next part. Or, I guess I should do a few more rows.
A good point, but when I get to the end I need to have the right number of stitches for the edging. That would mean knitting math if I make changes. Fortunately, after blocking my swatch I got almost the right gauge. The important one, number of stitches, was right on. It's just the rows that is different, and that won't matter much with this type of pattern since it can be tried on as I go.
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