the crown part of a hat

by Tammy Wilson
(Enderby, bc,Canada )


What do I'd, it says repeat rnds 1&2, each time adding an additional k St before each m1 until there are 7 k sts before each m1, 54 sts total......rnd 1 is knit----rnd 2 is k1 m1

YOUR ANSWER


The m1 will line up as you knit the crown, so each one is done just above the previous one. on the next row, knit whatever the number of stitches is before the first m1 and then follow the instructions below for that row.

row 2: *k1, m1 rep from * to end of row
row 3: k to end of row
row 4: *k2, m1 rep from * to end of row
row 5: k to end of row
row 6: *k3, m1 rep from * to end of row
row 7: k to end of row
row 8: *k4, m1 rep from * to end of row
row 9: k to end of row
row 10: *k5, m1 rep from * to end of row
row 11: k to end of row
row 12: *k6, m1 rep from * to end of row
row 13: k to end of row
row 14: *k7, m1 rep from * to end of row

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