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Old 08-19-2012, 12:25 AM   #1
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Pattern/ Increase Question
I'm working a cardigan pattern. The cardigan is in stockinette stitch. As I progressed through the pattern, I came to instructions for the increases. The pattern simply states "inc in rev St st." I know that that means "increase in reverse stockinette stitch." What I don't know is what that actually means (i.e. M1L, M1R, KFB, PFB, YO???). What increase do I use for "inc in rev St st?
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You could do a pfb. Presumably this increase is on the purl side of the reverse St st. Or you could do a make one towards, M1T.
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Thank you for helping.
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