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Old 08-06-2009, 03:27 PM   #1
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How to "Include in next Stitch?"
I'm not sure what it means to "include in next stitch?" Does this mean increase by a yo or M1? In my pattern it reads - Cast on 14 Stitches. Row Two: K1, inc in next st and repeat to end - should end with 21 stitches. But I always end with way more! Any insight would be great!

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Old 08-06-2009, 04:10 PM   #2
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Inc doesn't mean 'include', it means 'increase'. So you would increase by knitting into the front loop, then into the back loop of the next stitch. A yo leaves a hole as well as putting the inc between two sts, which is what a M1 does too. To get the sts to come out right, you need to kfb which uses a st to inc 1 instead of putting it between sts.
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