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Old 09-13-2007, 02:44 PM   #1
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Raglan Increases
Quick question.... if I start out with 6 knit stitches on RS of my raglan sweater and then have a marker at each end of those 6 stitches and if I am doing a YO before and after each marker and then purl the WS...when I get back to the RS to knit again, I will have 8 stitches, yes (I made 2 increases in that section?)

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Old 09-13-2007, 02:49 PM   #2
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If you're increasing before AND after each marker, and you have 2 markers...

6+4=10
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In other words, you'll have two stitches increased in each section between markers, unless you're doing a cardigan, then you'd have one on each front panel.
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That is what I thought but was, for some reason (oh yeah, I'm a newbie), was doubting myself. I appreciate you guys taking the time to answer this simple math question that I probably shouldn't have had to ask...

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