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Old 07-01-2009, 05:27 PM   #1
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Help with cabled cardigan in the vogue knitting spring/summer 2007
Hoping someone has worked on this and maybe can give direction. This will be the first advanced pattern I have worked on and cannot seem to get past the first couple of rows after I complete the 2" row of ribbing. It says to work the beg pats as established and once I do that, I go on to continue and the only further instruction is to work the beg pats as established which is for a (rs) row. So on the ws I imagine I still continue in the pat as established even though this way of doing things seems to look like I am doing something all wrong.

Anyhelp would be appreciated. It seems like when I go to work the wrong side I have either to many stitches or not enough.
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Old 07-01-2009, 06:59 PM   #2
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Does the pattern stitch have a WS row, or is it something like seed or ribbing or just stockinette? Or maybe the WS is 'work sts as they appear' or 'knit the knits and purl the purls'.
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Originally Posted by suzeeq View Post
Does the pattern stitch have a WS row, or is it something like seed or ribbing or just stockinette? Or maybe the WS is 'work sts as they appear' or 'knit the knits and purl the purls'.
Thank you so much for your help. Here is where I am stuck:
Beg pats
Row 1 (rs) p1 (selvage st), work row 1 of pa st 1 over 21 sts, pm, work row 1 of chart A over 4 sts, [p2,k2] twice, p10,k2,p2,k2, work row 1 of chart B over 16 st, k2,p2,k2,p10 [k2,p2] twice, work row 1 of pat st 2 over 21 sts, p1 (selvage st). Cont in pats as established, dec 1 st each side every 20th row 5 times.
There is a second row to the pattern stitch but it does not indicate whether or not this is the row you would use for the wrong side. I do believe I see some seed stitching on the front of the sweater, but it does not show the back so because it has so much cabling on the front it's hard for me to imagine what the back will look like because in the pattern they specifically say "For more comfort, the knots shown on front of garment are not on the back". It's the blue cardigan labeled #4 from the top in this link.

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Row 1 of a pattern or chart is generally the RS row, and Row 2 would be worked on the WS. Unless it's a shawl where the even rows are not charted, but there's a note in the text to work all even rows in purl. That's not the case here, so just proceed to row 2 of the patt and chart.
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Row 1 of a pattern or chart is generally the RS row, and Row 2 would be worked on the WS. Unless it's a shawl where the even rows are not charted, but there's a note in the text to work all even rows in purl. That's not the case here, so just proceed to row 2 of the patt and chart.
Thank you I will try that.
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