Help With Pattern - Inc 1 st at each side on 5th and following 6th row

by anonymous
(Singapore)


I'm working on the sleeve for a cardigan, didn't follow this part of the pattern a bit confused.

"working in stocking stitch (throughout) inc 1 st at each end of the 5th and every following 6th row to 50 sts"

Does this mean, i increase a stitch on either side of the 5th row AND 6th the counting from there?

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Feb 19, 2024
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Increase
by: Anonymous

Hi my pattern asks me to increase 1stitchon each side every 2cm what does the mean.

Jan 20, 2024
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Another shaping sleeve top question
by: Kathleen

So confusing….
Dec 1 st at each end (as before) of every 8th row (0) times, 6th row (0) times, 4th row (3)times, alt row (8) times, each row (0) times.

I’ve only included the decrease number for my size. The other sizes have different numbers of Dec.

I see in other comments you made, skip the ones with zero and do the rows with a number. If I understand that correctly, I should do 4 rows Dec 3x and the alt row 8 times.

Is this correct? Thank you!

Nov 26, 2023
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Help with pattern
by: Anonymous

Ok, I need help as well. My pattern reads as follows: My size is I use the last number as in this case I should have 78 stitches in the end

Inc 1 st at each end of 5th and 3(2:8:5:11) foll 4th rows, then on every foll 6th row to 64(68,72,74,76, 78) stitches.

Thanks for the help.

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Hi,

No problem. I'm happy to help.
First, inc 1 st at each end of the 5th row one time. Then inc every 4th rows 11 times. Then inc every 6th rows until there are 78 sts.

Have a great day!

Ratcha

Nov 09, 2023
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Help please, I am so confused
by: Julie

My pattern reads the following

Inc 1 st at each end of 5th(7th: 7th: 7th: 7th) and 6(0: 0: 0: 0) foll 6th rows, then on 1(7: 8: 7: 7) foll 8th rows, then on 0(0: 0: 2: 3) foll 10th rows. 49(53: 57: 61: 67) sts

I am doing the largest size, I just can't seem to grasp what to do


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Hi Julie,

First inc a st on each end of the 7th row one time,
then skip the next section since it's 0 time,
Then inc a st on each end of every 8 rows for 7 times,
Then inc every 10 rows 3 times. You should end up with67 sts.

Have fun knitting!
Ratcha


Jul 22, 2023
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Help please
by: Anonymous

Sleeve pattern says increase at each end on 5th and following 10th rows. Does this mean 5th and the count 10 or every fifth row?


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Do increase on the 5 th row and then increase every 10 rows after that.

Ratcha

Feb 16, 2023
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Help!!!
by: Anonymous

I’m knitting the sleeves the pattern says " inc1st each end of next row and flowing 6th ( 4th-4th-4th-4th) rows until there are 67(59-63-81-85)st ???

Apr 10, 2022
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Help
by: Anonymous

Inc 1 st at each end of next then every foll 2nd and every foll 5th row

Dec 22, 2021
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Inc sleeve
by: Ratchadawan

Work even 3 rows and inc a st on each end on the 4th row. Then inc a st on each end every 8th row until you have 47 sts.

Dec 15, 2021
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Help needed please
by: Anonymous

Can anyone help me with this please I am knitting a sleeve the pattern says begin with a purl row work in St-st inc 1 St at each end of 4th and every following 8th row to 47 sts

Oct 28, 2021
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Stuck on a pattern
by: Anonymous

Hi I have a pattern as follows:-

what does inc 1 st at each end of 2nd and 5[3:4:10:16]foll 4th rows, then on 7[9:9:5:1]foll 6th rows. Please help.

Oct 17, 2021
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Increasing stitches
by: Anonymous

This is what my pattern reads. Cont in patt, inc 1 st at each end of 3rd and 5 foll 8th rows, then on 2 foll 10th rows. The phrase 3rd and 5 foll 8th rows confuses me

Mar 19, 2021
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increasing and working into patt 1 st at each end of 3rd and every foll 4th rows
by: Ratchadawan

You almost got it. You increase on the 3rd row, then increase every
4th rows after the 3rd row. So it will be like this;

3rd row: increase
4th-6th: work even
7th: increase
8th-10th: work even
11th: increase
and continue like increase every 4th rows like that until you have 83 sts.

Ratcha

Mar 18, 2021
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Knitting Pattern
by: Anonymous

Hello there!
Can you help me understand this pattern:

Continue in patt as given for back, increasing and working into patt 1 st at each end of 3rd and every foll 4th rows to 83 sts

Does that mean I need to increase in every 3rd and 4th row? for example,
3rd row (increase)
4th row (increase
5th - 6th row work even in pattern)
7th row (increase)
8th row (increase)
10th - 11th row (work even in pattern)

Is it like that?


Feb 06, 2021
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Confused new knitter
by: Kay

Hi all can someone please help me with my increasing on sleeve.
Pattern reads
Inc 1st at each end of 5th and (5) foll 6th rows, then on every foll 8th row until 49 stitches . I've figured the row bits but it is the (5) bit that is confusing me.
I'm using a easy stylecraft pattern

Apr 05, 2018
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Increasing
by: Ratchadawan

Hi,

It means to increase 1 st at each end of the 5th row one time (right side). Then after that, you do increases on each side every 6th row until you have a total of 50 sts. All the inc rows should all be on the right side.

Thanks for visiting and sending in your question.

Enjoy your project!

Ratcha

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