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Re: ribbing?
Posted by: KT (IP Logged)
Date: March 16, 2009 06:23PM

Good for you for figuring this out. I assume you did it by "reading" your knitting. Once you start reading your knitting, you are no longer dependent upon line-by-line instructions.

If you need a 1x1 rib, you can figure it out yourself regardless of whether you cast on an even or odd number of stitches. And the same thing for a 2x2 rib, or seed stitch or moss stitch.

Treat this mistake as part of your knitting journey. You're now a better "reader" for it.



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  ribbing? tracy2590 03/16/2009 04:21PM
  Re: ribbing? tracy2590 03/16/2009 06:02PM
  Re: ribbing? KT 03/16/2009 06:23PM


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