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Old 05-24-2007, 07:53 PM   #1
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Why can't I read this correctly??? I want to make this hat.

I'm stumped on two things.

1) Do I start with the 'Stitch pattern' or the 'Instructions'? I feel I should know this. I started at teh instructions since that's where it tells me how many to cast on. But then what/

2) What is sl 1, k1, yo pass slipped st over both the k1 and yo and off the needles mean. I know the 'terms' I just don't know what to actually DO.

I'm feeling like an idiot here. I know I should KNOW this stuff. Maybe it's just the head cold I have.

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Old 05-24-2007, 08:36 PM   #2
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You start with the instructions, and then do the stitch pattern for the crown.

For the other, slip a stitch, k1, bring the yarn over the needle for a yo, then pass the slipped stitch over both the k1 and the yo and off the end of the needle.
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