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Old 11-14-2008, 11:43 PM   #1
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My last attempt!
This will be my last attempt at trying to figure out this pattern.

http://elann.com/ShowFreePattern.asp?Id=188024

I did rows 1-34 and at the end of 34 i have 83 sts. The pattern calls for repeating 15-34. My problem is that if I repeat row 15 it only accounts for 63 sts. Why do I have an extra 20 sts.

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Old 11-15-2008, 12:10 AM   #2
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As I recall, there are 10 sts in the pattern repeat. So you're not repeating the sts between the *()* enough times.
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As I recall, there are 10 sts in the pattern repeat. So you're not repeating the sts between the *()* enough times.
I'm repeating it twice already does that mean i have to do it 3 times. It doesnt indicate anywhere that I should be repeating it more than once
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Yes, repeat it 3 times on each side of the center stitch. That's what it means by that earlier question you asked - how to incorporate the increase stitches into the pattern. You just keep doing the st repeat until you get to the center stitch or to the other edge.
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Originally Posted by suzeeq View Post
Yes, repeat it 3 times on each side of the center stitch. That's what it means by that earlier question you asked - how to incorporate the increase stitches into the pattern. You just keep doing the st repeat until you get to the center stitch or to the other edge.
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