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"Fake" Short Rows
Wrap It Right
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Pattern Books & Individual Leaflets
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Pat 2605 Lacy Bobble Pullover
Row 9: P 5, k 1, *p 9, k1*, repeat ** across, end p 5.
Pat 3505 Scallops Cape: 2nd page, 2nd column:
18 sts. Row 11: k 1, (ssk, p 1) twice, k 2 (p 1, k 2 tog) twice, k 1.
poncho worked in k 2 tog mode--try working rnd 2 first, then rnd 1.
The following explanation about the design may be helpful:
The idea is that an extra stitch is added every other rnd on both sides
of the marked stitch. The marked stitch is the center of front and back;
an extra yo is added every other rnd either side of that marked stitch;
and whether you knit a stitch first or go directly into k 2 tog depends
on how it lines up with the rnd before.
Here's the rule: A k 2 tog will always be worked with the previous
yo first on the needle and the previous k 2 tog 2nd on the needle.
If the first st after the marked st is a yo, then the first action will
be k 2 tog, yo. If the first st after the marked st is an actual st,
then it will simply be knitted and then proceed with k 2 tog, yo around
to next marker. The same holds true for any
extra stitches before the marked st (at end of section)--if there is
one lone st, simply knit it and after the next yo is added, it will
get worked into the pattern.
it states Next Row: *K1, K2 tog*, rep** across - 30 sts.
It should read Next row: dec 10 sts evenly spaced across—30 sts.
is not to scale--armhole starts after neckline shaping
Clarification for neckline decreases:
Row 1: k
2 tog (dec made), k 1 *k 2 tog, yo* repeat **, end k 1.
Row 2: k 1, *yo, k 2 tog* rep **.
Row 3: k 2, *yo, k 2 tog*, rep **, end k 1.
Row 4: rep row 2.
Row 5: k 2 tog (dec made), *yo, k 2 tog*, rep **, end
Row 6, 7, 8: rep row 2.
Pat 3611 Right Front size XL should be 70 sts
Pat 3802 Materials should be 2 Kashmir (not 1)
Pat 3813 Stitch multiple should be 14 plus 4; Cast On should be 116.
First interlocking should begin when ready for a WS row (not RS row).
Second interlocking will begin when ready for a RS row.
Pat 3912 Knit Fisherman's Rib pattern stitch: add row 2: sl 1, *k 1, k 1 in row below*, rep **.
Pat 4104 After body increases and neck decreases, ready for armholes: numbers should be 144 (160, 172, 184) sts. Split for armholes: Work across 30 (36, 39, 42) sts, BO 8 sts, work across 68 (72, 78, 84) sts, BO 8 sts, work across rem 30 (36, 39, 42) sts. If you have worked more neck decreases, you may have to adjust the front numbers, but the back numbers remain the same. After cont armhole and neck decreases, back (shoulder) numbers should be 56 (58, 62, 66) sts.
Pat 4107 Back
neck is 28 sts. Front bind off should be 14 sts from center for each
front; rem sts become shoulder seam.
Pat 4203 Clarification:
scarf is in garter, it is not necessary to pick up the wraps after short
rows have been worked.
"4 st increments" indicates that all wrap and turns are done
4 stitches apart. As you increase along one edge, eventually there will
be 4 more stitches in the total and hence another wrap and turn short
row. Again, as sts increase eventually there will be another 4 sts and
so another wrap and turn short row. As the stitch count increases, the
wedges of short rows become larger. If you miss on one, it won’t
matter as the shaping does not require precision.
So, in the beginning you work to last 4 sts, w & t, then work to
last 8 sts, w & t. When 4 more sts have been added, you will wrap
and turn at last 4 sts, then at last 8 sts, then at last 12 sts. When
4 more sts have been added, w & t at last 4 sts, last 8 sts, last
12 sts, last 16 sts, and so on until you have the total number of sts
as specified for your size.
Pat 4405 Please
download Free Pattern # 7 for the most up to date instructions. FP7
Pat 4602 Shape
left or right sleeve: after placing sts on holder; k 44 (46, 48, 50,
52) sts. P 1 row. Turn and using cable cast on, CO 72 (74, 76, 78, 80)
sts--116 (120, 124, 128, 132) sts. (In early versions of pattern, there
was an extra k 44 (46, 48, 50, 52) sts before the cast on.) Also, eliminate
P1 row at end of short row shaping (BO row will begin by purling).
Pat 4606 After
picot decrease row: Next row: *k 1, yo*, rep ** across, end k 1.
Pat 4803 For
front edge shaping: last BO 3 sts should be next 2 RS rows; then CO
should be next 2 RS rows.
Pat 4804 Left
front armhole shaping should begin on next RS row (not WS row). Neck
shaping should begin next WS row (not RS row).
Half Linen stitch pattern: Row 2 & 4: Purl
Eliminate P row after pick-up for collar. Begin collar patt with WS
Pat 5303 B (alt version):
For all pieces, CO with E and work 12 rows Half Linen
st before beginning color sequence.
Pat 5302 and
Pat 5305: Checkerboard
Rows 1-6: *K 4, p 4* rep ** across
Rows 7-12: *P4, k 4* rep ** across
Also, armhole depth on diagram should
Pat 5601 Wrap: Each
color should be worked for 32 rows (16 ridges).
Pat 5705: Neck edging:
K to within 1 st of marker, inc 1 in next st, sm, inc 1 in next st,
k to end.
Pat 5802: Gauge
is in rib.
CO 72 (86, 90, 100, 108) sts. (Sizing was left off).
Shape front neck: work 30 (37, 39, 44, 48) sts, attach
2nd ball and BO center 12 sts, work 30 (37, 39, 44, 48) sts.
Pat 5803: Change
to largest needle when beginning 2nd increase rnd. Last section of collar
(after 3rd increase row) should be worked in CC only.
Pat 5804: In
body pattern, end last repeat with rows 7 & 8 (bobble rows).
Edge: Worked over multiple of 12 + 2 sts.
Row 1: K1, *yo, K1, (sl1, k2tog, psso), K1, yo, K1,
yo, K1, (sl1, k2tog, psso), K1, yo, K1* repeat
(bold italic indicates bead).
Pat 5805: Right front:
work as for
LF to 9 (9 1/2, 10, 11, 12)". Shape armholes and neck: BO 4 (4,
5, 6, 7) sts beg next row. Dec 1 st at beg every WS row 4 (5, 5, 5,
6) times and at the same time, dec 1 st at neck edge every other row
twice, then dec 1 st at neck edge every 4th row 10 (13, 14, 15, 15)
times—16 (16, 16, 18, 20) sts rem. When same length as back, BO
Pat 6102: After
first increase rnd: Work k 1, p 1 rib over 224 (232, 240, 256) sts of
collar, and stock st over 85 (87, 90, 98) sts of back for 4”.
When collar is 8" and last increase rnd is to be worked, change
to largest needle.
(When body is complete) with smallest needle and A, pick up and knit
70 (74, 76, 80) sts around armhole. Work k 1, p 1 rib for 4 rows, then
BO all sts in pattern.
Pat 6103: Bottom ruffle: With smaller
needle and A, beginning at left side lower edge of collar, pick
Pat 6403: Transition Rows:
and knit 34 sts along edge of collar to beg of angle, 62 sts to
beg of CO, 114 (122, 130, 138, 146) sts along bottom CO edge, 62
sts to end of angle, 34 sts to beg of collar.
NOTE: stitch count is not critical, so if yours varies
by a few don’t worry.
Next row: (K 1, yo) across.
Knit 1 row.
BO all sts in K with WS facing. Do not cut yarn.
Turn piece so that inside is facing you and yarn is in place to
work along collar edge (which will turn back and become RS of collar).
With A and size G crochet hook, work 1 row of slip stitch along
collar edge, through the back loop only of the bound off sts (the
new row will look just like a bind off). Fasten off.
Pat 6301: After armhole shaping, work
Short row wedge:
Next row: K.
Next row: Ssk, k to end.
Next row: K 36, w & t, k to end.
Next row: K 21, w & t, k to end.
Next row: K 22, w & t, k to end.
Next row: K 37, w & t, k to end.
Next row: K.
Next row: Ssk, k to end.
Next row: K.
Next row: Ssk, k to end—51 (52, 53, 55)
sts rem and short row wedge finished.
Next row: K.
Resume patt on Row 11 with 51 (52, 53, 55) sts.
Next Row 1 is center of armhole.
Next Row 7, inc 1 st at beg of row, work to end. Work short row wedge as for beg of armhole, inc 1 st instead of ssk on 4 rows.
Pat 6303: Shape armhole:
Next row (WS): BO 35 (35, 37, 37) sts, knit to end—85
Several lines later: Next 3 RS rows: dec 1 st at
beg of row, knit to end—75 (75, 80, 80) sts.
After short row wedge and increases/cast on for armhole shaping:
Next RS row: Knit to end, turn and knit CO 35 (35,
37, 37) sts— 120 (120, 127, 127) sts.
Row 3: K2tog, yo across, k1
Lace Pattern: multiple of 4 plus 4
With #6 needle CO 96 (104, 116, 124) stitches
Work 4 rows of Seed Stitch:
Row 1: k 1, p 1.
Row 2: p 1, k 1.
Work lace pattern to 10½ (11, 12, 13)”.
Row 1: (RS) BO 8 (8, 8, 12) stitches, P1. Cont in lace pattern on 88 (96, 108, 112) sts.
Row 2: (WS) BO 8 (8, 8, 12) stitches, K1. Cont on 80 (88, 100, 100) sts to 18½ (19, 20, 21)”.
Pat 7101: Bottom Tier
Work through rnd 28, then beg with Rnd 1 and work in Chevron pattern for 14 rnds.
Pat 7302: Body: change to larger needle and beg cable patt.
There are three corrections to the short row section on back:
Beg short rows on Back:
Next row (RS): Work ...knit to 3 sts before next marker, w & t, purl to 3 sts before cable, w & t.
Next row: knit to ....purl to 6 sts before cable, w & t. Cont back and forth...until 64 (74) sts rem between wrapped sts.
Pat 7602: Collar Beg with Row 2 (not row 1) of Chevron Pattern and work Collar Color Sequence, end with Row 2.
Pat 8102: Further editing has resulted in sizing adjustments. Please Contact Us for a fresh copy of the pattern.
Row 43: knit.
Rep Rows 35-43 twice more.
Pat 8501: Armhole Band:Knit 7 rows should be work stockinette for 7 rows. Front Band:
Knit 6 rows should be work stockinette for 6 rows.
8704: Click here for corrected pattern
8902: Click here for corrected pattern
8903: Click here for corrected pattern
StuffTM Plus Leaflets
Pat SP1E Bag: With Tyrol .....inc 1 st ea edge every 4th row 4 times--12 sts (not 8). Inc 1 st ea edge every 6th row 2 times--16 sts (not 12).
Pat SP4B Draped
Wrap: Row 4: as row 3, dropping extra wrap from needle as you work.
Pat SP4E Flounced
Scarf: Row 18: knit.
Pat SP7B Stocking:
Tassel pieces should be cut to 16", then remainders cut
to 8" to tie onto stocking body.
Pat SP10B Mystique Jacket After CO 75 sts, st count should be 115 (115, 119, 123).
Left Front: CO 115 (115, 119, 123) sts.