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Old 10-02-2012, 06:31 PM   #11
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Hi Suzeeq,

Thanks for all the help but i am srry to bother you again with this topic. I am writing down the pattern for the bonnet:
Cast on 8sts
Rw1: Purl and all the following odd rows is Purl
Rw2: K1, *yo, k1 *across : 15sts
Rw2: K1, *yo,k2 *across : 22sts......continue the pattern
Rw14: K1, *yo, K7 *Across : 57sts

Rw16: K4, Kf&B(Increase),*K1, Kf&B *rep across till last 4 sts, K4 : 82sts..

Rw1 (Decrease row) : K2, *P3 tog, K2 *Rep across: 50sts

As we had discussed I am going to increase the rows to make it 102 instead of 82 but if you see i got 82 after doing KF&B and i am already done with that Row 16 so is it ok if i rep row 16 one more time or Do i have to rip that row and add the yo after row 14?

Also for the Brim it says rw1 is decrease row so is it on wrong side or the right side? I finished the Rw16 with 82sts on the RS and it says nothing about row 17..
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Old 10-02-2012, 06:45 PM   #12
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Ahh okay, it helps to see the rows. Instead of doing the kfb row, do more rows of the yo, k8, then yo k9, and so on, until you have about 78 or 80 sts, which ever it comes out to by extending the increase rows. Then do k4, kfb, (k1 kfb) to the end and k4. That should give you about 102.

Then do another purl row and work the Decs for the brim on the RS row. You'll have a different number than 50 sts, maybe about 60 or so.
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Old 10-02-2012, 08:31 PM   #13
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Thanks a lot. I got working on it now..

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