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Old 11-27-2007, 11:01 AM   #1
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How to make a triangular shawl? Question.....
If I do 1 increase in every row, how does that differ from one increase in every *other* row? (If that sounds like a stupid question, please consider the source!)

I'm asking because I'm making a dishcloth that is 1 increase every other row and it's cute. Just wondering if I should stick with that for the shawl or is there some (unknown to me) advantage to increasing every other row?

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