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Help! Inc k wise
Posted by: clover04750 (IP Logged)
Date: January 08, 2009 01:09PM

I was trying to make a pattern for a champagne bottle:
Row 1: knit 24 st
Row 2: inc k wise every st (48 sts)

I don't know how to inc k wise, so I KFB instead. 24 to 48 sounded right...but it was wrong. Horribly wrong! My bottle was a traffic cone, so I must try again. I cannot find a video anywhere for "inc k wise." I could really really use a video with this combo of stitches.


PS. I tried the strawberry pattern on



Subject Written By Posted
  Help! Inc k wise clover04750 01/08/2009 01:09PM
  Re: Help! Inc k wise JJKnitter 01/08/2009 02:27PM
  Re: Help! Inc k wise clover04750 01/08/2009 11:50PM
  Re: Help! Inc k wise KT 01/08/2009 04:26PM
  Re: Help! Inc k wise Alex 01/09/2009 01:25PM
  Re: A Better Pop Bottle Pattern clover04750 01/13/2009 12:27AM

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