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Old 03-27-2005, 10:17 PM   #11
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Originally Posted by foothills
Neither of you are confusing me...I think I am PMSing and confusing the two of you!! And although I've recently finished a totebag and a handbag...for some reason, the pattern telling me to knit back and forth in garter stitch for 34 rounds has boggled my brain cells. So, now...I just count the ridges or do I count each time I go back to the beginning of my work for the rows that I've knitted until I have counted to 34?!!
OK, not sure about the ridges part. As I said I didn't count mine that way, but I did just count every row knitted as one, and NOT every time I went back to the beginning. At least, that is what I did on my bag and it's the right size. Feel free to wait and see if others want to chime in on this, but I'm pretty sure that's all you need to do! The nice thing about felting is that you won't be able to tell what the stitches are in the end, but the way you count it will affect the final size.
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