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Old 04-05-2010, 09:57 PM   #21
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I didn't think of it at the time...but on second thought, the first one may have come out wonky...the second one was fine. Something felt wrong when I was purling row 8 but only on one of the twists.

Man this pattern is making a noob out of me. I have done cables, and lace...really...check out my ravelry page....*smiles*

I didn't hit up the row 19 one, I noticed the error just as I got there..that is when I took the pic....it was only really the middle part, as my dh was holding the piece down, but not on the edges...so he may have been covering the second one up.

Long story short, I need something better than post it notes keeping my place, it was the C4F part I had to keep lifting them up for...*lol*
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Old 04-05-2010, 10:08 PM   #22
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Well this isnt a normal cable...in my opinion...

You will get it...you got me teased now...i want to see it in that color....you HAVE TO

Get some sleep and come back to it refreshed...and bring a bowl of chocolate....

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Long story short, I need something better than post it notes keeping my place, it was the C4F part I had to keep lifting them up for...*lol*
i use a magnetic board and a magnetic strip...but i used to just highlight the row when i got it done....
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Old 04-05-2010, 10:16 PM   #23
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I do have one of those...but it has my cross stitch on it right now...I can't move it...*smiles*
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Old 04-05-2010, 11:40 PM   #24
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Crycket, you're on fire!! Man, I feel so behind... I've cast on (I'm using KP Superwash since it makes up half of my stash) and definitely concur on the coolness of the provisional crochet cast-on. I'm taking pictures, but at the moment seem to have lost the little USB cable thingie so I'm not able to post them right away. Here's hoping all goes well...
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Old 04-06-2010, 12:07 AM   #25
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Oh...not really on fire...I spent approx 10 hours knitting and frogging and am back to row 1 tonight...*sigh* I feel like the pattern kicked my *** today...but tomorrow will hopefully be better!
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Old 04-06-2010, 01:14 AM   #26
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I like to take a mathematical approach and look at the amount of knitting you've done in terms of absolute values! Here's hoping tomorrow is a better day for you!
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Old 04-06-2010, 08:55 AM   #27
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A suggestion regarding the cable:

If you make the instructions for the C4F to be:

sl 4 st t cn, hold to front, yo, s1k2p,yo; sl left st from cn to left needle, p1, yo, sl3 from cn to left, s1k2p, yo

then you can realign rows 7 and 20

your description in the pdf uses 7 stitches but only makes 5.

I'm assuming it should match the row below and above only with the cross.
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I'm assuming it should match the row below and above only with the cross.
Yes it should...but it uses 7 stitches and didnt know how to chart that...that was a sore spot for me when charting it.

sl 4---4 stitches
yo---1
sk2p---1
yo--1

it makes 7 too

the following row uses seven too....

tell me where im seeing it wrong?
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Old 04-06-2010, 09:33 AM   #29
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you slip four - that uses none, creates none, just moves them.

yo = 1 made, none used

sk2p - 1 made, 3 used total 2 made, 3 used.

yo - 1 made, none used. totals 3 made, 3 used.

slip the leftmost stitch on the cn to the left, purl it.

makes one, uses one. totals 4 made, 4 used.

yo - makes one, uses none. totals = 5 made, 4 used.

slip remaining 3 stitches from the cn. s2kp makes one, uses 3. totals now 6 made, 7 used.

yarnover - makes one, uses none. seven made and seven used.
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Old 04-06-2010, 09:47 AM   #30
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Confused...what does sk2p mean?

Nevermind, just looked it up....

skip one knit two pass stitch...got it
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