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Old 05-09-2006, 08:28 PM   #1
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increase in next stitch?
hi can someone explain to me i have a paatern and it says increase in next stitch not sure how to do that any info would be greatly apprectaited. i have to make it look nice becase this is next to a cable , starting a cable off of the cable i just finished. thanks Cathy
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Old 05-09-2006, 09:10 PM   #2
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Usually increase in next stitch means a kfb (rather than a m1 which is between two stitches).
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Originally Posted by Ingrid
Usually increase in next stitch means a kfb (rather than a m1 which is between two stitches).
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Originally Posted by aylaanne
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Usually increase in next stitch means a kfb (rather than a m1 which is between two stitches).
Is that your baby picture in your avatar?
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