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Re: Beginner Question
Posted by: Alex (IP Logged)
Date: August 24, 2009 09:06AM

The phrase "work even" means to work in an established pattern with NO INCREASES OR DECREASES from the point where the it appears in the directions. Therefore, you want to work over the 27 stitches until the entire piece measures 6 1/2 inches.

Is there a link to this pattern? 27 stitches seems like too few for a bib unless you are working with fairly thick yarn.



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  Beginner Question TrekkerD 08/23/2009 05:28PM
  Re: Beginner Question JJKnitter 08/24/2009 01:21AM
  Re: Beginner Question Alex 08/24/2009 09:06AM
  Re: Beginner Question TrekkerD 08/24/2009 01:09PM


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