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    Hello there!
    Can you help me understand this pattern:

    Continue in patt as given for back, increasing and working into patt 1 st at each end of 3rd and every foll 4th rows to 83 sts

    Does that mean I need to increase in every 3rd and 4th row? for example,
    3rd row (increase)
    4th row (increase
    5th - 6th row work even in pattern)
    7th row (increase)
    8th row (increase)
    10th - 11th row (work even in pattern)

    Is it like that?

  • #2
    Hello and welcome to the forum.

    Knitting patterns are a language of their own - with many dialects!

    However, from the information you have given, my interpretation is that you increase at each end of the 3rd row from where it says "continue in patt......"
    After that initial increase you work 3 three rows and increase in the next row (4th) and continue like that until there are 83 stitches.
    ie:
    1st row - pattern
    2nd row - pattern
    3rd row - increase at each end
    4th row - pattern
    5th row - pattern
    6th row - pattern
    7th row - increase at each end

    then repeat rows 4 to 7 until you have the required number of stitches.
    I hope this is understandable.
    Linda

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    • #3
      Originally posted by craftdancer2 View Post
      Hello and welcome to the forum.

      Knitting patterns are a language of their own - with many dialects!

      However, from the information you have given, my interpretation is that you increase at each end of the 3rd row from where it says "continue in patt......"
      After that initial increase you work 3 three rows and increase in the next row (4th) and continue like that until there are 83 stitches.
      ie:
      1st row - pattern
      2nd row - pattern
      3rd row - increase at each end
      4th row - pattern
      5th row - pattern
      6th row - pattern
      7th row - increase at each end

      then repeat rows 4 to 7 until you have the required number of stitches.
      I hope this is understandable.
      Linda
      Oh my, thank you so much! I understand now. Once again, thank you!

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