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Old 08-30-2005, 10:03 AM   #1
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Easy Knit Mittens! Dont understand some of the terms
Hi Girlies!!

Im going to give you this section by section. I dont understand the some of the terms. Please Break it down for me. I will have my questions in parentheses:

here we go.

With #4, cast on 32 sts. Join. Work in the round in *k1,p1* ribbing for 3". (what is join?)(what is work in the round?)
Next round...Using #6 needles...*k 8, make 1 st* repeating around: 36 sts. ( ok i knit 8 then make 1 stitch???) (How did i get ot 36 stitches?)
Next round: k1, place marker, k around.

I am a smart girl..and i can make beutiful hats. Maybe its how she is talking??

I will submit the rest when i come back. Thanks

Please email me at katreise.ruffin@dayzim.com if you can.
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Old 08-30-2005, 10:31 AM   #2
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I emailed you. You should check out the videos on this site for knitting in the round.
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