Miss L Brooks

by Leonora Brooks
(Wales)

How would I CONVERT A DOUBLE KNITTING PATTERN TO A CHUNKY WOOL.
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Number of stitches needed..
by: Knittykitty

If you are asking to alter a pattern;
I will say that double knitting requires
about a quarter more cast on stitches than
does a garter stitch. Use this as a loose
rule of thumb.
If you are asking how to knit in
double knit and then suddenly change into
straight knitting with thicker yarn,
the answer is a lot more complicated.
I need more information in your
question. I will check back later...

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