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Old 09-12-2006, 03:29 PM   #1
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Help on an really easy patttern PLEASE
Hi , I just went to Jo-Anns and bought a little book on their exclusive yarns for a baby and it's a wrap .. but i am stuck .. i need help .. can someone help me please ...
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Old 09-12-2006, 03:34 PM   #2
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Old 09-12-2006, 03:40 PM   #3
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okay .. well let's say i have back casted on 54 sts and knitted 2 1/2 ' .. then armhole shaping binding off 4 sts of beging of next two rosw 46 sts. then row 3 and 4 add 15 sts in the begining of row 3 and 4 .. 76 sts. ... then from there every other row i need to increase a st at the beging and the end then i should have 96 sts.

now the body .. row 1 & 2 i have to knit accross and pick up and knit 10 sts accros end of rows on back . (from bindoff row to cast on edge ) should have 116 sts ..

this is where ia m stuck
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Old 09-12-2006, 04:01 PM   #4
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There are probably stitches on each side of the ones currently on the needle that you need to pick up, most likely for a collar or something. Knit across and then pick up 10 at the end, then work back and pick up 10 at the other end.

There is video in the Basic Techniques More section on how to pick up stitches.
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Old 09-12-2006, 04:04 PM   #5
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Hi ingrid .. can i get your email address so i can show you the pic of it .. still confused
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It'll probably work best if you post the picture here.
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hope this works :
C:\Documents and Settings\ub235b\My Documents\wrap.htm[/url]
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can't seem to download the picture to something acceptable
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Definitely take a look at the video for picking up stitches, if this is something you're unfamiliar with. Look here about 3/4 way down the page.

As far as your instructions for the body. I would say that it should go like this:

Row1: Knit across all stitches, then before turning work around (so needle with all stitches is still in your right hand) pick up 10 stitches. Turn work around.
Row 2: Knit across all stitches (the first 10 being the ones you just picked up) and at the end of this row, pick up 10 more stitches.

This would bring you to the 116 stitches that are required.

Does this help??
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okay i know how to pick up stitches but what i am having trouble on is .. where do i pick them up at .. at the point from the decrease ???
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