I increased my CO by 28 because of my guage so my cast on was 112 (which is in increments of 4 sts) If I divide this number of stitches by 6 I get 18 with 4 left oer so how do I just K@tog the last two stitches when I will hae four sts left?

Help! I am a DPN newbie and am confused by the final instructions. After getting to where I have 24 sts left it says "next three rounds decrease every row". But it doesn't say how many decreases should be made each row. I don't understand how I can go from 24 sts down to the final 6 as described in the last step. Thanks for any suggestions you can give. (PS - Also, I'm finding it really hard to continue working with 4 needles when there are so few stitches on each. Should I drop down to 3?)

I increased my CO by 28 because of my guage so my cast on was 112 (which is in increments of 4 sts) If I divide this number of stitches by 6 I get 18 with 4 left oer so how do I just K@tog the last two stitches when I will hae four sts left?

ReplyDeleteDoes this beanie have a folded brim? Hard to tell from the pictures. Thank you.

ReplyDeleteNo folded brim. But great pattern.

ReplyDeleteIm trying to find a pattern for some with a big head Ive got a 62 cm bonce 24 inches 13⁄32

ReplyDeleteThis pattern was written for a 24" head. Seems like it would work with the measurements you mentioned.

DeleteHelp! I am a DPN newbie and am confused by the final instructions. After getting to where I have 24 sts left it says "next three rounds decrease every row". But it doesn't say how many decreases should be made each row. I don't understand how I can go from 24 sts down to the final 6 as described in the last step. Thanks for any suggestions you can give. (PS - Also, I'm finding it really hard to continue working with 4 needles when there are so few stitches on each. Should I drop down to 3?)

ReplyDeletevery confusing,not written the pattern properly.

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