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    In need of Knitty Assistance? Get it here!

    Thank you. I'll try your suggestion and see if that stops the holes. Will come back here if that doesn't do the trick.
  2. Vickies77

    In need of Knitty Assistance? Get it here!

    Hi Goose, thanks for your reply. Yes Row 3 does have an increase but the problem with the pattern is when it states "Last two rows set patt with incs". Row 2 is not an increase row so how can the pattern say last two rows set patt with incs and then cont in patt work two rows inc one st as set at each end of every row when Row 2 is not an increase row? That is where my confusion is. If I only do the increase with Row 3 on Row 5 there will not end up being enough stitches. I will only have 13 stitches instead of the required 15. Vickie
  3. Vickies77

    In need of Knitty Assistance? Get it here!

    Hi there, new to this forum. I think of myself as an intermediate knitter. I'm having some difficulty with a pattern from the Baby Knits Collection, the pattern is called "Royal Welcome". I've done the hat, gloves and the soles of the bootees. I'm now trying to do the rest of the bootees but am having problems I keep ending up with holes. The pattern states "using 3.75mm needles cast on seven sts. Row 1: kfb in first st, k4, kfb in next st, k1. Nine sts. Row 2: sl1, (k1B, p1) four times. Row 3: kfb in first st, k to last two sts, kfb in next st, k1. 11 sts. Last two rows set patt with incs Cont in patt work two rows inc one st as set at each end of every row. 15 sts" Now the line that says 'last two rows set patt with incs' is clearly incorrect as Row 2 does not have an increase in it. Please help Thanks Vickie
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