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Old 03-15-2008, 05:43 AM   #1
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the pattern at this address http://sarahknitsnotnever.blogspot.c...-sweateri.html says

K10, pm, k8, pm, k20, pm, k8, pm, k10 Increase round: Knit to 1 stitch before markers, kfb, slip marker, kfb all around,

where should I kfb all around ? all the say through the k10 + k10 section for the chest ?

I kfb at the 10th stitch,8th stitch,20th stitch & 8th stitch. Is this correct?

WHat I've done so far looks nothing like what she made in the photo.

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Old 03-15-2008, 07:14 AM   #2
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My interpretation would be to kfb before and after each marker, until you reach the numbers mentioned in the next part. I didn't write them down, but I think it was 34 sts for the front and 22 for the sleeves.
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crap... that means I have to rip back everything............ it is 34 stitch in front & 22 stitch for the sleeves.
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It took me a couple of read-throughs. Not until after did I notice that the words all around were not in italics like the previous part. Very misleading.
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so what is it? what you said before? "kfb before and after each marker, until you reach the numbers mentioned in the next part. "?
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You have to kfb before AND after each marker to get the even raglan increases.

Kfb, slip marker, Kfb all around means to do it at each marker.
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so what is it? what you said before? "kfb before and after each marker, until you reach the numbers mentioned in the next part. "?
Yep, sorry, was just clarifying and saying it was easy to miss.
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Yep, sorry, was just clarifying and saying it was easy to miss.
Actually I should be apologising. I've just gottern very frustrated at misinterpreting this pattern twice now.

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the pattern at this address http://sarahknitsnotnever.blogspot.c...-sweateri.html says

K10, pm, k8, pm, k20, pm, k8, pm, k10 Increase round: Knit to 1 stitch before markers, kfb, slip marker, kfb all around,

where should I kfb all around ? all the say through the k10 + k10 section for the chest ?

I kfb at the 10th stitch,8th stitch,20th stitch & 8th stitch. Is this correct?

WHat I've done so far looks nothing like what she made in the photo.
KNit front and back all around? Whoa! What are you making?
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crap... that means I have to rip back everything............ it is 34 stitch in front & 22 stitch for the sleeves.

I've been doing a LOT of ripping out lately. I hate it, don't you?
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