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Old 08-06-2006, 12:12 AM   #1
Working the Gusset
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The Adirondack Pullover
My problem is keeping the pattern.
While knitting flat:
Row 1: knit 1, purl 3 (wrong side)
Row 2: knit (right side)
The pattern. How would I do that? I think that I may have it but I want to make sure.
Row 3: Pattern stitch row 1, worked in pattern across increases.
Row 4: K1, M1, K2 before marker 1. M1, slip marker, k3, M1, k to before marker
2, M1, slip marker k3, M1, knit to before marker 3, M1, slip marker, k3, M1, k to
before marker 4, M1, slip marker, k3, M1, k to last stitch, M1, k1.
Repeat rows 3 and 4 until piece measures 2.5 inches from beginning, ending
after a wrong side row. 145 [145, 167, 167 179] stitches.
So Do I go in stitch pattern and then when I get to an increase st st to the next increase the pick back up with the pattern?
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