1)Looking at patterns on-line, 'pattern count' is referred to - does this mean there are (however many) different types of pattern or that the pattern uses a specific (however many) number of stitches?
2) Again, looking on-line, say for example, that I choose a make of double knitting wool and then buy a pattern from a different make. The wool guide will state how many stitches and rows when using specific size needles; however the pattern will specify a different stitch/row/needle size - in this case what do I do?
Go with the pattern specification or the wool specification?
Many thanks in advance!
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