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Old 10-25-2007, 07:09 AM   #1
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Can someone explain a 3/3 Cable Decrease. I am making the Saffron afghan from Fall 2006 Interweave and it says to do row same as first row of each chart only instead of 3/3 RS cable do a 3/3 cable decrease. Then it says to refer to Stitch guide but I can not find Stitch guide.
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I really don't know what they mean by a 3/3 cable decrease. But have you looked in the back of the magazine for the stitch guide? It should have the directions in there. It might be called the glossary.
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Thanks for your reply. I did look in the back of the magazine and nothing on the cable decrease, unless of course I am blind, which could be the case. When they referred to other instructions they gave a page number but in this case they just said "stitch guide". I am wondering if it is a separate book/publication Interweave puts out.
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Old 10-25-2007, 07:40 AM   #4
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I doubt they're asking you to refer to a separate book. I don't have that issue, but I just looked in another issue. The stitch guide (on this pattern) is listed at the very start of the pattern, before the notes. Hope that helps...
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OMIGOSH!!!!! Silver you are the best!!!!I told you I was blind!! I can now finish this when I get home from work!Silver I can not thank you enough.
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Yay! Glad I could help!
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