Hat Problem

by Jeni
(Austin, TX)

Hi,
Making a baby hat, and ready to decrease...

Supposed to divide 64 stitches into 8 sections, but now I realize that I only have 59 stitches. :(

How can I proceed?

Thanks! :)
Jeni

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by: Anonymous

K7, K2 together three times (and then knit the rest of the row for the first row and purl the next row if you're on straight needles)and then use the same K6, K2 together instructions and continue decreasing every row. You'll be able to see the line of K2 together stitches forming.

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