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Pick up calculator
Posted by: srfwidow (IP Logged)
Date: June 23, 2009 02:56AM

Aloha!

I have been working on my afghan for a year now and I'm so close to done! To complete the edges the pattern instructs me to pick up 247 stitches along the sides. But I have 304 rows. (284 rows plus 10 on top and 10 on bottom). Is there a right way to figure out which rows to skip?

I thought I had done a search on here and someone posted a calculator, but I can't find it again.

Thanks!



Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 06/23/2009 02:56AM by srfwidow.



Subject Written By Posted
  Pick up calculator srfwidow 06/23/2009 02:56AM
  Re: Pick up calculator KT 06/23/2009 12:42PM
  Re: Pick up calculator Alex 06/24/2009 11:29PM
  Re: Pick up calculator srfwidow 06/25/2009 01:37AM
  Re: Pick up calculator Mother Hen 06/25/2009 10:24AM


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