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Old 02-21-2009, 11:41 PM   #1
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is inc1 the same as moss increase?
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inc 1 is a very generic term that means "increase 1". When you see it in a pattern and it doesn't tell you what kind of increase to use, you can use whichever one you prefer.

The moss increase is a specific type of increase. If you scroll down the increase video page, you'll see videos for it:

http://www.knittinghelp.com/videos/increases
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like Marria said, it's just a general term

there are many types of increases.. so check out that link
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Originally Posted by molovekayak View Post
ok is inc1 the same as m1

There are various types of m1 (make 1) increases on the videos page as well.
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