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Old 09-19-2009, 03:41 PM   #1
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Mistake Rib Decrease
So I have a 123 stitch mistake rib that I have been working for a hat is the pattern of *k2, p2* k last 3 on straight needles. I'm knitting this for a hat and am ready to start decreasing. The problem is that I have no clue hoe to decrease while maintaining some semblence of the pattern. Anyone know how.
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Old 09-19-2009, 06:59 PM   #2
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Originally Posted by trvvn5 View Post
So I have a 123 stitch mistake rib that I have been working for a hat is the pattern of *k2, p2* k last 3 on straight needles. I'm knitting this for a hat and am ready to start decreasing. The problem is that I have no clue hoe to decrease while maintaining some semblence of the pattern. Anyone know how.
How many stitches do you need to decrease? After your decreases are completed, does the pattern still have "knit last 3 stitches? If not, you may be able to decrease there and still maintain your rib pattern.
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