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Re: Knitted Dress
Posted by: Cathy (IP Logged)
Date: May 12, 2009 06:05PM

The dress has a Mock Cable Pattern worked in 27-st panel at center front. It is a Top Down Pattern. After working 9" from the underarm I will be at a point where I have 160 sts. The instructions are as follows:
Next Rnd: Work MCP across entire rnd
Cont as est, working MCP over all sts, until dress measure 16" from underarm.
Work MCP over center 27 sts, K11,PM, (left front), K15,PM (left side), K15, PM (left back), K51, PM (right back), K15,PM (right side), K15,PM (right front), knit to end.
HIP SHAPING:
Cont working the center cable pattern all the way to hem.
Inc Rnd:Work to left back marker, sl marker, M1, work to right back marker, M1, sl marker, knit to end
Next Rnd: Work even
Rep the last 2 rnds 3 times more - 168 (178) st
The above is where I believe I need to inc my increase to the next size up, then continue in the larger size for the rest of the skirt, but I'm not really sure.
Again, I would very much appreciate any help.



Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 05/13/2009 07:23AM by Cathy.



Subject Written By Posted
  Knitted Dress Cathy 05/11/2009 03:30PM
  Re: Knitted Dress KT 05/12/2009 05:31PM
  Re: Knitted Dress Cathy 05/12/2009 06:05PM
  Re: Knitted Dress Cathy 05/13/2009 07:52AM
  Re: Knitted Dress KT 05/13/2009 11:46AM


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