Free Knitting and Crochet Patterns from Elaine Phillips
Reviewer: Pauline Lofkin
October 17, 2017
Have set up ready to do this sweater. Now I'm on the second row = 'work in stocking stitch for - rows increasing for 10 stitches in each odd row'. This may be a UK/Usa language thing or I'm just stupid, but what does the phrase 'increasing for ten stitches' mean? I can't work out if it means 'increase by' within the row itself randomly or increase all rows until you've increased 10 stitches or increase ten stitches at start/end of each alternate row. Everything else is clear. Never done a raglan before so I'm bemused. Thanks.
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