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Old 04-26-2013, 12:07 PM   #8
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You should knit for about 10cm, maybe 50 rows. The stitch gauge is the most critical to get but you'll still need to knit a tension square in order to measure an accurate stitch gauge. Knitting just a few rows won't work.
Some patterns don't give a row gauge but they'll tell you in the pattern to knit for so many cms rather than so many rows in most cases.
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