2621Re: [hemlockringkal] progress?
- Jul 1 5:24 PMcompleted! here's my finished blanket- can't wait to begin another one
From: Peggy Barsha <pbarsha@...>
Sent: Tuesday, June 30, 2009 8:49:04 AM
Subject: Re: [hemlockringkal] progress?Once you begin Jared's chart, the next 4 rows are knitted. Then a pattern row, 4 rows knited, pattern row, 4 rows knitted. You do this same thing tillit's time to bind off. It's really quite easy. Use stitch markers all the way around. I finished mine last week and blocked. I think it turned out very well.
From: Nicole Quaintance <nicole_quaintance@ hotmail.com>
To: "hemlockringkal@ yahoogroups. com" <hemlockringkal@ yahoogroups. com>
Sent: Friday, June 19, 2009 9:14:00 AM
Subject: Re: [hemlockringkal] progress?I had the same problem on row 47, but instead of reworking the row, I figured out where I was missing the 2 stitches and just increased a stitch in the knit round.
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On Jun 19, 2009, at 8:55 AM, "Beth" <babf69@yahoo. com> wrote:
So, yesterday I finished round 47. Not bad I am thinking.... ..... however, I ended up 2 sts short. I tinked back a bit, re worked, had to do it aghain, then put it away until this morning. I am now working on the 'thoery' that my stitch markers must have moved (due to open areas on them) and I ended up with
20,19,19,19, 19,19,20, 17 for my stitch count around the needles..... ... After looking long and hard at it, I moved one stitch from the first and last group of 'odd counts' into the section that was "missing" 2 sts.and now I am going to try to re-do row 47. Goodness I hope this works, I was making some wonderful progress until I find that.
Also a question: Once I do the first row in Jareds chart, when I do the next three, are all the stitches knit??
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