Stitch gauge is the critical one. You can always adjust for any row gauge difference by knitting for length rather than number of rows.
If you have too few stitches per inch, you need to go down a needle size.
If you have too many stitches per inc, you need to go up a needle size.
"Trust the pattern!"
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