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Old 02-08-2009, 09:05 AM   #1
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Chevron Lace sock question
I am working on the Chevron Lace sock from Ann Budd's Getting Started Knitting Socks and I have a question on the gusset - Round 1 and 2 you decrease by 2 stitches. Then on Round 3 it says " Work even as established " Does that mean I am decreasing in each row? Seems like every other sock I've done the gusset is descrease one round knit one round. The Chevron pattern is knit round 1 knit round 2 for the cuff of the sock and the "lace" pattern continues down the foot so don't I need to continue that pattern....

Help please I was really hoping to get this sock done today...
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Old 02-08-2009, 09:49 AM   #2
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the 'even as established' would indicate that you are working in the established pattern (which is the chevron lace i think) without increases or decreases.

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