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Old 01-28-2007, 05:03 PM   #1
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Me again - Holes where there shouldn't be holes
I'm having a bad knitting night but I'm determined to finish this!

I've just done the ribbing cuff of my baby sweater, after the 9 rows of ribbing there was an increase row that was basically Rib 5, M1, Rib 5, M1.

I've knit the row after this now, and upon inspection have discovered small holes where the M1's were.

I used the M1 where you pick up the stitch from the row before - but I didn't think that was supposed to leave a hole.

Have I done something wrong?

"...and with this, Melusine fled into the Moselle and swam away, never to be seen again..."

OTN: Baby shawl from SuperStitch
Baby sweater from Ancient pattern.
Square 2 of the Art of Knitting Throw.

Projects to start sooooon: Strappy Top;

FO: 2 Scarves with pockets and flowers, (Blossom), Booties and many tiny Christmas Trees.
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