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I agree with what theresa said -- but it might trip you up if you try to read a standard pattern. I would consider it a tool in your knitting toolbox, and then continue to learn other ways of doing everything!
Thanks mamas!
The point of a ssk is to slip the stitches knitwise so they are not twisted when you do the decrease. If you do a ssk with the stitches slipped purlwise you get twisted stiches. When marnie cp instructs you to do it one way or the other it is specifically to avoid making twisted stitches, so the resulting fabric looks smooth!
sounds right. 2 at the end of the second row, two fourteen rows later, and fourteen rows after that, etc...
It was custom dyed BFL in "big blue" from Nada and Brad at woolywondersbynada.com. On size tens, relatively fast knitting. Thanks!
I haven't shared finished knitting for oh-so-long. Come see what I've got mostly finished... Here. Please leave me a comment if you visit! Lonesome over on my blog nowadays.
http://www.knittingnewscast.com/news...-patterns.html
adapt this for your size? http://www.knitty.com/issuesummer06/PATTswell.html Here's another: http://heyjulie.wordpress.com/2007/0...s-earflap-hat/ www.knittingpatterncentral.com is a great resource! http://knittingpatterncentral.com/di.../baby_hats.php
find your local LLL leader and get her over your house pronto to watch you nurse. There are some things that can only be diagnosed in person, and there are so many little corrections that can make a big diff. SOrry sweetie!! Sending you tough nipple vibes. xoxo
my heart goes out to you and your family.
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