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Top of welt

by Mary Jackson
(Houston)


I am knitting a fair isle sweater. The pattern is from the bottom up and starts with 8 rows of ribbing. Then starts fair isle. I just completed 18 rows of the pattern. The instructions now say continue in main pattern as follows and there are instructions for 9 rows. Rows 4-9 form main pattern. It says continue in pattern until 36 rows have been worked from top of welt.
Do I work 36 rows of the 9 row pattern or do I include the 18 rows of the first design.
The pattern is Parsley cardigan by Martin Storey
Thank you

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Oct 17, 2020
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by: Ratchadawan

Hi Mary,

Yes, you include the 18 row of the first design. You did 18 rows and now you have to work the 9 row pattern twice then you'll have 36 rows.


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Ratcha

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