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Old 01-13-2010, 08:42 PM   #1
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Ruffles, ruffles, ruffles
Hello All,

I started knitting a few months ago and am now so addicted. I love it!
I'm knitting up a pair of longies and am not sure how to execute the ruffles.
Any suggestions or tips?

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Old 01-13-2010, 09:29 PM   #2
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What part don't you understand? The pattern should have you increasing in every stitch, then knit a row, then increase again and knit a row. Just follow what it says and it'll come out right.
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I'm doing my first ruffle at the end of scarf. Does anyone know, do I bind off the normal method when I am finished? There are SO many stitches!

I appreciate any answers I can get. Thanks
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Yes, you can just bind off normally when you're done with the ruffles. It's a lot more then you started out with, but in the end they are still just normal stitches.
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Yep, bind off loosely though. Go up a couple needle sizes or use a lace BO - k 2, then knit them tog tbl, k1, k2 tog tbl, and so on across the row.
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