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Old 04-18-2012, 12:05 AM   #1
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When the gauge is different
Hi

I've a knitting project I want try with a new yarn I love.
The pattern suggests a different yarn and needle size than the yarn I have does.

I've knitted the gauge and rather than 3.9inches required from the pattern it's coming out at 3inches in length. How should I proceed with the pattern?

The pattern is http://a.allaboutyou.com/pattern/41026.pdf
My yarn requires 3.5/4 needles rather than their suggested 7 and 8's

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