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Old 03-19-2014, 02:45 AM   #1
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Verification needed!! Convert Flat Pattern to Round
Hi,

I am new in this. Sourced a pattern from Lion Brand website but the pattern is in flat. A few reviewers mentioned that the hat looks better when worked in rounds. I have tried to convert the pattern but not sure if it's correct. Would really appreciate if any expert out there can help me verify if I have converted correctly. Thanks.

HAT IN FLAT (Original pattern)

Begin Cable Pattern

Row 2: *k1, (p1 tbl, k1) twice, p6; rep from * across.

Row 4: Rep Row 2.

Rep Rows 1-8 until piece measures about 9 1/4 in. (23.5 cm) from beg, end with a Row 3.

Shape Crown
Row 1 (WS): *K1, p3tog, k1, p6; rep from * across – 90 sts at end of row
Row 3: *k3tog, p6; rep from * across – 70 sts at end
Row 5: *K1, p3, p2tog, k3tog, p2tog, p3; rep from * across – 50 sts at end of row.

Row 7: *K1, p2tog, p1, p3tog, p3; rep from * across – 35 sts at end of row.

Row 9: K1, *p2tog; rep from * across – 18 sts at end of row.

Row 11: *P2tog; rep from * across – 9 sts at end of row.

HAT IN ROUND (Converted pattern, not sure if it's correct though)

Begin
Row 2: *k6, (p1, k1 tbl) p1 twice, rep from * across.

Row 4: Rep Row 2.



Shape Crown
Row 1: *K6, p1, k3tog, p1; rep from * across – 90 sts at end of row.

Row 3: *k6, p3tog, rep from * across – 70 sts at end of row.

Row 5: *K3, k2tog, p3tog, k2tog, k3, k1 rep from * across – 50 sts at end of row.

Row 7: *K3, k3tog, k1, k2tog, p1; rep from * across – 35 sts at end of row.


Row 9: *k2tog; rep from * across, p1 – 18 sts at end of row.

Row 11: *k2tog; rep from * across – 9 sts at end of row.



Some assurance or guidance from experts out there appreciated.

Thanks in advance.

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Old 03-19-2014, 05:03 AM   #2
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It looks right to me with the exception of row 2 of the cable pattern.
It's probably a typo. I reversed the order of the p1 twice:
Row 2: *k6, (p1, k1 tbl) twice p1 , rep from * across.
Since you'll be knitting this in the round and the Rs will always be facing you, you'll be able to see the columns of sts and you'll see immediately if something is going wrong.

Even though this is a pattern available on the Lionbrand site, would you please edit it to leave out all but the relevant rows? We don't want to have any problems with copyright.
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Old 03-19-2014, 07:39 AM   #3
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Originally Posted by salmonmac View Post
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It looks right to me with the exception of row 2 of the cable pattern.
It's probably a typo. I reversed the order of the p1 twice:
Row 2: *k6, (p1, k1 tbl) twice p1 , rep from * across.
Since you'll be knitting this in the round and the Rs will always be facing you, you'll be able to see the columns of sts and you'll see immediately if something is going wrong.

Even though this is a pattern available on the Lionbrand site, would you please edit it to leave out all but the relevant rows? We don't want to have any problems with copyright.
Thanks so much. Appreciate your kind assistance. Can't wait it try this out. Have edited my previous post.
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