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Re: decrease in the pattern
Posted by: ladyelwood (IP Logged)
Date: April 19, 2007 07:18PM

I am new to this, so I will write out what is in the Book....Handknit Holidays....
Rearrange needles while working rnd 1 of Lace Cable pattern as follows. N 1-k8, pm, k6 (rnd 1 of Lace cable pattern), pm, k8, N2 K 21, N 3 K 20, N 4 K 21
Establish pattern, work in st st to maker, work rnd 2 of lace cable from chart across next 6 sts, work in st st around, cont as established, working rnds 3-10 of lace cable, then re peat rnds 1-10 on 6 sts between markers, working remaining sts in st st, and at the same time, shape thigh, decrease 1 st at each side of lace cable every 14 rnds 5 times, working decreases invisibly into the designated pattern rnd as follows.
To Decrease on
rnd 2 of pattern work to last 2 sts of rnd, slip 2 sts to cn and hold in back, ssk, k2tog from cn.........
does that help?



Subject Written By Posted
  decrease in the pattern ladyelwood 04/19/2007 06:39PM
  Re: decrease in the pattern KT 04/19/2007 07:02PM
  Re: decrease in the pattern ladyelwood 04/19/2007 07:18PM
  Re: decrease in the pattern KT 04/20/2007 12:06PM


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