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Old 11-18-2010, 02:28 PM   #11
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1st row:
(RS) K5. P1. *K4. k2tog. K3 yrn. P1. Rep from * to last 5 sts. K5.
I am being extremely careful with this-my question is: Does every
row have to be completed fully before last 5 stitches?
I get to P1, and cannot get it in-go right from K3 to last 5 sts>
Same with some other rows.
If you are asking if you should be able to do the repeat all the way through before the K5 at the end the answer is yes. Your pattern is a multiple of 10+11. IOW the things you repeat between the *'s add up to 10 stitches being used and on either side of the *'s the stitches add up to 11, 6 at the beginning and 5 at the end. So you should be able to work the 6, then repeat the 10 across (completing the last repeat), and have 5 left to knit.

It works that way all the time (I didn't look at every row, but quite a few), you do the 6, repeat 10 across and finish with 5 and they should all fit in there perfectly.

Count your stitches and make sure you have the right number to start with. That can sometimes be the problem. You want 141. Then it is easy to miss something along the way. You could try putting stitch markers after every repeat and see if that gets you on track. Your 10 stitches between markers should never vary.
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Old 11-19-2010, 11:09 AM   #12
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Bernat staggered squares blanket
I was just coming to try and delete my last blog, when I read
the last comment.
My blanket looks good, but have to stop before end of repeat
(in the middle or whatever) to do 5 K.
My blanket has been counted and counted every step of the way.
Right now it shows 3 holes slanted to right in orderly manner.
Am up to 10th row.
In ninth row, I got to K4, and had to stop to knit 5.
I now have 126 st. counting yon.
Ready to cry.

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Old 11-19-2010, 02:54 PM   #13
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I'm sorry you have feel ready to cry. Things like this happen.

Every once in a while I get clever and use some computerese abbreviations I've picked up. IOW means "in other words". Sorry about that. Most people know more of this stuff than I do and I get away with it.
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