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Old 03-02-2011, 08:37 AM   #1
Debbie1519
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HELP WITH PATTERN INSTRUCTIONS
Hi Everyone
I am knitting a babys blanket which has a center piece and 4 side sections. I have the center completed and have started the side sections. I knitted one side sections but I didn't end up with the right number of stitches remaining so I am going to have to type the pattern instructions for the side because I just can't figure it out.
Cast on 259 sts.
1st Row: (RS) k1.yo.sl1.k2tog. psso. k32. *(k1.yo)twice. sl1. k2tog. psso. yo (k1tbl. p2) 7 times. k1tbl. yo. sl1. k2tog. psso. yo k1. yo.* Rep from * to * 5 times more. k33. sl1. k2tog. psso. yo. k1
2nd row: k36. *k5. p1. (k2. p1) 7 times. k6.* Rep from * to * 5 times more. k35
3rd row: k1.yo. sl1 k2tog. psso. k31. *k2. yo. k1. yo. sl1. k2tog. psso. yo (k1tbl. p2) 7 times. k1tbl.yo. sl1. k2tog. psso. (yo. k1) twice.* Rep from * to * 5 times more. K32. Sl1. k2tog psso. yo. k1
4th row: k2. k2tog. k31. *k6. p1. (k2 p1) 7 times. k7.* Rep from * to * 5 times more. K30. k2tog. k2
5th row: k1. yo. k2tog. k30. *k3. yo. k1. yo. sl1. k2tog. psso. yo *(k1tbl. p2) 7 times. k1tbl. yo sl1. k2tog. psso. yo. k1. yo. k2.* Rep from * to * 5 times more. k31. k2tog. yo. k1
6th row: k2. k2 tog. k30. *k7. p1. (k2.p1) 7 times. k8.* Rep from * to * 5 times more. k29. k2tog. k2
7th row: k1. yo. sl1.k2tog. psso. k28. *k4. yo. k1. yo. sl1. k2tog. psso. yo. (k1tbl. p2) 7 times. k1tbl. yo. sl1. k2tog. psso. yo k1. yo. k3* Rep from * to * 5 times more. k29. sl1. k2tog psso. yo. k1
8th row: k32. *k8. p1. (k2.p1) 7 times. k9. Rep from * to * 5 times more. k31.
9th row: k1.yo. sl1.k2tog. psso. k27. *k5. yo. k1. yo. sl1 k2tog. psso. yo. (k1tbl. p2) 7 times. k1tbl. yo. sl1. k2tog. psso. yo. k1. yo. k4.* Rep from * to * 5 times more. k28. sl1.k2tog. psso. yo. k1.
10th row: k2. k2tog. k27. *k9.p1. (k2.p1) 7 times k10.* Rep from * to * 5 times more. k26. k2tog. k2.
11th row: k1. yo. k2tog. k26. *k6. yo. k1. yo. sl1. k2tog. psso. yo. (k1tbl. p2) 7 times. k1tbl. yo. sl1. k2tog. psso. yo. k1. yo. k5.* Rep from * to * 5 times more. k27. k2tog. yo. k1
12th row: k2 k2tog. k26. *k10. p1. (k2. p1) 7 times. k11.*Rep from * to * 5 times more. k25. k2tog. k2
13th row: k1. yo. sl1. k2tog. psso. k24. *k7. yo. k1. yo. sl1 k2tog. psso. yo. (k1tbl. p2) 7 times. k1tbl. yo. sl1. k2tog. psso. yo. k1. yo. k6.* Rep from * to * 5 times more. k25. sl1. k2tog. psso. yo. k1
14th row: k28.*k11. p1. (k2. p1) 7 times. k12.* rep from * to * 5 times more. k27
15th row: k1. yo. sl1. k2tog. psso. k23. *k9. yo. sl1. k2tog. psso. yo. k1. (k3tog) 7 times. yo. sl1. k2tog. psso. yo. k8.* Rep from * to * 5 times more. k24. sl1. k2tog. psso. yo. k1.
16th row: k2. k2tog. knit to last 4 sts. k2tog. k2
Last 16 rows form pat between * and *. Work a further 16 rows in pat. dec. 1 st. at each end of every row (as before). 205 st. re.
I have knitted these 16 rows and everything is fine but my problem is I don't know what to do with the next 16 rows. There doesn't seem to be a decrease in rows 2, 5, 8, 11 and 14. so what decrease should I use in these rows? I have done it already repeating the 16 rows exactly but I ended up with too many sts. HELP PLEASE I'M AT MY WITS END.

DEBBIE
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