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I've been doing my research but still having trouble deciphering pattern codes! For example, the pattern starts out saying: Gauge 18 stitches, 29 rows
I am making a knitted shortsleeved pullover, and I've just completed my first decrease row in the pattern. The next line in the pattern is: Working
I made a gauge before knitting my vest, instead of the required 17 per inch, I have 15 stitches per inch. It will make a difference in my project, but
How many skeins of a bulky yarn will I need to make a bulky sweater? YOUR ANSWER It depends. What size is the sweater you want to make, which yarn do
I have not been knitting for very long but have found that I really enjoy it. I made an afghan last year and loved the pattern and size of the afghan
These instructions are for a beret - sizes Child, Small, Medium and Large adults: Size Large (I have cast on 80 stitches) Round 1 reads: *Pl, K1, P1,
My pattern says to work pieces separately. I am not sure how to do that making a sweater on circular needles. Does it mean to put stitches on stitch holders
What is meant by work 2834:30:30:32:20 row dec 1 st at end of each end of next row. YOUR ANSWER Your pattern must have instructions for 6 different sizes.
I am knitting a baby dress. The pattern uses straight needles to start with, and then transfers to circular needles. It is a knit and purl pattern.
My pattern states on a (W.S) row to: BO 5 sts at armhole edge once, then 3 sts once. Then it say's next (R.S.) to dec. 1 st at armhole edge, etc. My
Hi I came to a direction in a sweater pattern I am knitting that goes like this *P2, K1, p2, m7; repeat from * around. My question is, What does m7
On my first row if knitting I always end up with a long length of yarn between my needles. As I am working, it grows longer with every stitch. Any thoughts?
I have a friend that needs knee warmers, but her legs are quite large, and the pattern I found does not fit her leg size. How does one go about increasing
I have a pattern that is knit 2, purl 2 for each row, after 2 rows I am to add one stitch on begining and end of each row . I will now have 3 knit stitches