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Old 10-29-2008, 01:17 AM   #1
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I need your help about pattern.
Hello.
I am Nao, I am trying to knit a teddybear from Debbie Bliss Simplybaby, page 67.

I could not understand this below, please will you help me?

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Make 2 peices, beg at shoulders.
With size 3 needle, cast on 22 sts.
K 10 rows.
Cont in garter st and inc 1 st at each end of next row and 6 foll 6th rows. 36 sts.
K 7 rows.

I don't understand what 6 foll 6th rows is.

Thank you so much for your help!

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Old 10-29-2008, 01:56 AM   #2
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Cont in garter st and inc 1 st at each end of next row and 6 foll 6th rows. 36 sts.
Not sure about the '6 foll 6th rows'...is this typed correctly?

1. k inc both ends this is the 'next row' ...24 sts
2. *k
3. k
4. k
5. k
6. k
7. k inc both ends this is the 6th row ...26 st

It may be asking you to repeat the last 6 (from *) 6x. Working the seq (from *) 5 more times...after what I posted above... (which is 10 more incs) would give you total of 36 sts.

This is just a guess based on what you posted.
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Yes, you would increase every 6th row for 6 times until you get to 36 sts.
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Thank you so much your help.
yes, I typed correctly.
I would knit it like what you say.
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Thank you so much for your help.
So you are saying the same thing that cam90066 said?

So every 6 rows, I have to inc 1 st X 6.
I think I get it.
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So every 6 rows, I have to inc 1 st X 6.
No, you inc TWO sts...one at each end of the row.
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Yes, every 6 rows, inc 2 sts, and do that 6 times.
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Okay, Thanks. I will do that.
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Thank you, I will do that.
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Old 10-30-2008, 03:29 PM   #10
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I have knitted this teddy bear and found it on the easy side to knit the rough part for me was sewing all of the seams.
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