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Old 01-13-2012, 11:41 AM   #41
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Old 01-19-2012, 03:34 PM   #42
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Ok, so I went through the steps as suggested by many here last night...The mitten came out just as it should! I still don't know what I did wrong about 6 times (3 on each of the first 2 halves)? Maybe it's because I went onto a much harder pattern and mastered it. Because of that, the mitten seems like kids work now. Oh well, all is good, and I appreciate EVERYONE's help. I spend a lot of time with you guys even when I am not replying, so keep up the Great Work! There are many beginners out there that really depend on your info.

This will end the post I guess...so, until next time!

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Old 01-26-2012, 11:43 AM   #43
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Hi, sorry to jump in here. Can someone please guide me on how to do this row:
Rib 6, inc in next st, *rib 1, inc in next st, rep from * to last last 7 sts, rib 7, ... 57 sts.
I don't know what I am supposed to do for Rib 6 - do I k2, p2, k2?
And I don't understand what is inc in next st. Do I do the rib 6 (k2, p2, k2) then kfb, (rib 1) ki,p1 (??) then kfb.
Grateful for any help anyone can give please.
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Old 01-26-2012, 12:31 PM   #44
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If your rib pattern is k2 p2, then yes, do 6 sts that way, inc in the next st, do 1 st as a knit or purl depending on what it should be then inc in the next one and repeat the 'rib 1, inc'. For ribbing you knit what look like knit sts and purl the ones that look like purls, so after the inc st if the next one looks like knit, knit it. If it looks like a purl st, purl it. And increase IN a stitch is kfb or pfb.
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Old 01-26-2012, 02:37 PM   #45
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So if your rib is k2, p2 and you start out with k2 the row would start out like this:
k2,p2,k2,kfb,k1,pfb,p1,kfb,k1,pfb....
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