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Old 06-03-2007, 11:47 AM   #1
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Transposing pattern from dk to fingering
Hello everyone!

So I'm undertaking a couple new processes in my next pattern.

i'm going to be doing this pattern:

it calls for dk but i want more delicate gloves.

I ordered from sarah's yarns the 2ply cashmere/silk blend.

Now i know the stitches are going to be off..the gloves are lace up and all, but how do i go about transposing re gauging the stitches so its not tooo small?

Thanks a bunch for all your help guys!
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Old 06-03-2007, 11:53 AM   #2
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The pattern is fairly self adjusting because of the laces, but she states you can just add more stitches, it's a simple YO, k2tog pattern. Just make sure it's an even number. To get an idea how it will work up and where you might adjust it, you could do the main pattern stitch in scrap yarn on different needles to see how it works.

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