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Old 08-22-2007, 11:46 PM   #1
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What's your interpretation of these instructions?
Hi everyoneI am working this pattern: OneStitchBabySet #20289 by lion brand yarn... how would you work the inc....I did only the RS (as pattern says too) and did not come up with 81sts...company responded that I work every row...How would you work it? Rs only or every row???? Thanks for your input
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Old 08-22-2007, 11:49 PM   #2
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Do you have a link to the pattern?
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Old 08-22-2007, 11:58 PM   #3
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Tried to "link" it for everyone...won't work....but I did include the pattern number...it's under "free" knitting patterns........Thank you!!!!
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This part..?

Beg Sleeve Shaping
Inc 1 st at each end of every RS row

Did you inc at both ends?

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Old 08-23-2007, 12:06 AM   #5
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Yep that's what I mean....What am I missing???? I inc every RS row, Do I inc at the last stitch then when I switch needles do an inc at the beg??? How did you know to inc at each end...why am I having a brain fart??? The pat says every RS row, so I skip the WS......avey maria...
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O.k. let me ask this: Is there no RS and WS when working garter stitch???? Isn't RS "public side"? Yikes.. I am overloading.......
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In garter stitch, you decide which is the RS; place a safety pin or piece of yarn to mark it. Inc a stitch at the beginning of the row, then one at the end of the row too. Knit back the next row (ws), then inc 2 sts on the following row (rs).
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Yep Suzeeq, that's what I did, I had a RS and WS, the patt reads: inc 1 st on RS, so when I was on the WS, I did not inc 1 st at the end of the row...I only inc on end RS only, therefore, I wasn't coming up with total 81 sts. If it says inc "end of row RS" How would I know to inc 1 st at beg??? So the beg of WS row is acually end of RS? That's where you get inc at end??? Thanks
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Noooo. Look at the instructions again that I copied above - it says to inc at each end of RS row; that means both the beginning and the end. Inc when you start the RS row, as well as at the end of the row. That way you inc 2 sts on that row, none on the WS row.
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Old 08-23-2007, 09:21 AM   #10
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Suzeeq....Thanks for taking the time to answer me..after reading the pattern, dreaming of the pattern and looking at this blog the magic words are: AT EACH END.... Will I always be a newbie
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