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Old 04-25-2013, 08:55 AM   #2
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Originally Posted by Fairyknitter View Post
Hey everybody.

i'm sure a million beginner knitters have asked this question. I'm starting on a project and the beginning of the pattern is:

3rd row: K0 (3-2-2), * inc in next st, K20
(20-13-14), rep from * to last 1 (4-2-3)
st/s, inc in next st, K0 (3-1-2) … 68 (74-
80-86) sts.

I started with 2 rows of garter stitch and have 64 stitches after the first two rows, so I need to add some stitches, I'm just not sure where.

ANy advice?

Thanks!
I am a kinda beginner myself. I think it means the sizes. If you are working on the smallest size you knit zero. IF you are working on the larger sizes you knit what is in the parenthesis.
I think your supposed to increase in the first stitch. then knit 20 then another increase.
I maybe wrong. Let's wait and see what the experts say
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