Decreasing

92 stitches on the needle, pattern states”p the next row, dec 32 sets across. How do I determine where to dec?

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Sep 25, 2022
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decrease 32 stitches across from a total of 92 stitches.
by: Ratchadawan

Hi,

First of all I have to apologize of not responding for your question for so long. I haven't seen your submission until today. I haven't been very active on my work lately due to my health issue. Well, I'm going to have my hip fix finally! But, it will be a long waiting. Not until February.

Well, anyway, I don't think you want to hear all of my excuse.

Let's get to your problem here. You can determine how to decrease 32 stitches evenly across the 92 stitches by divided 92 by 32. You then get about 2.9. So, this means you have to decrease about every 3 stitches and a few 2 sts for it to work. I would start out with 3 and then every once in a while throw ing some 2 sts.

Thank you for your question. Hope you find this helpful.
Have a great day!

Ratcha

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