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Anyone got an answer to this question? TIA!<br><br>
these all relate to the knitting of the 'bodice' part of the dress<br><br>
#1 in Row 7 (the bead row) the pattern reads: " K2, *with yarn in front sl2 purlwise TBL, K4 reapeat from * to last 4 stiches, Sl2 purlwise, K2. So should the yarn be in front for the last two stitches that don't get sliped tbl?<br><br>
It seems to me that the yarn should be in front and that a bead should be placed there (if you are beading each time you do this row).
 

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no answer - but I'm taking notes.<br><br>
I loved the pattern - but I just can't master it. I don't have a lot of experience with cables or beading. I have some, but not a lot. I just never got the hang of it. I tried to start with a practice doll dress of 40 stitches in the round, too.
 

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When I made Crumpets, I didn't bead it, but I did have the yarn in front for the slipped stitches you are talking about. There were a couple of things in the pattern that weren't completely clear, but it still turned out super cute! <a href="http://kittymommyknits.blogspot.com/2006/07/ta-da-finished.html" target="_blank">Here</a> is mine and a closer pic of the smocking is <a href="http://kittymommyknits.blogspot.com/2006/05/crumpets-update.html" target="_blank">here</a>.
 

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<div style="font-style:italic;">cool, looks great kitty! You used shine worsted? Is that from Knitpicks?</div>
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Yes and yes! I really enjoyed working with it too.
 
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