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Could you explain this ribbing increase instruction

by Tina
(Norfolk UK)

Hi, I'm knitting a sleeve in rib however this instruction about increasing stitches just doesn't make sense. Seems to be a 'then'or another word missing?
I've copied & pasted the following

Taking extra sts into rib as they occur, inc 1 st at each end of next row and 11 (14)(13)(13)(14)(15) following 6th (5th) (5th) (5th) (5th) (5th) rows - 81 (87)(91)(91)(97)(99) sts.

I've increased at each end of next row......

Thanks for your help

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ribbing increase instruction
by: Ratchadawan

Hi,

Which size are you making? There are 6 sizes on this pattern. I'll give an example of the smallest size (without bracket) The instruction for this size is;

Inc 1 st at each end of next row
and 11 following 6th rows (meaning - increase every 6th row 11 times) You should then end up with 81 sts total upon a completion.


You said you've done the increase at each end for your part. Now you can find your size and the corresponding numbers and proceed as an example above.

I hope this make senses. Thanks for sending in your question.
Have a great day!

Ratcha

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