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Re: "Trying" to knit a sweater... ya
Posted by: Twister_maiden (IP Logged)
Date: July 26, 2009 09:57AM

So... just want to make sure.... that when it states "work even" i do that row without adding or decreasing. But continue with knitting that row as per instructions from a previous line... So for example...if the previous line states to purl to the end... i would purl on the line of the "work even"

Thanks so much for all the help also for the quick responses as well... this is great.

Will be a regular here for sure...

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  "Trying" to knit a sweater... ya Twister_maiden 07/25/2009 12:43PM
  Re: "Trying" to knit a sweater... ya JJKnitter 07/25/2009 02:03PM
  Re: "Trying" to knit a sweater... ya Twister_maiden 07/26/2009 09:57AM
  Re: "Trying" to knit a sweater... ya JJKnitter 07/26/2009 01:38PM
  Re: "Trying" to knit a sweater... ya Oldtimer 07/25/2009 02:11PM

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