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Old 02-11-2013, 07:32 PM   #3
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Yes, all the increases are going to be in the k3p2 pattern. I usually do this by increasing as a knit stitch and on the next row, figuring out whether the pattern is up to a knit or a purl stitch. You can decide by looking at the stitches already on the needle and figuring out which will continue the sequence, a knit as part of the k3 or a purl as part of the p2.
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