reading a pattern

by rita whitney
(forked river nj)

my pattern has me knitting rows 1-6 then rows 7-10 follow pattern one after that it says repeat from "to" seven more times (32 rows in total) I don't understand the count.

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Dec 31, 2019
reading repeat pattern
by: Ratchadawan

Hi Rita,

When you repeat from x row to y row, you count it as 1 times. Just think of it as a set of a pattern. Repeating many sets will create an even more beauty. When you complete one repeat, count it as 1. and then do it again and make it 2. Just take it one at a time and you'll make it.

If you need more help then write me the pattern part that you don't understand. I'll be happy to look at the instruction and get back to you.

Thank you for sharing your question. Have a happy new year!


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