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Poster: Marsha Taylor
December 14, 2015

How do you knit that fringe??? I haven't taken time to look up directions. Thank you
Poster: Joyce Piatt
October 29, 2017

How to make the fringe on this
Chevron Lace Scarf - Directions don't
tell length to cut or how many strips
to cut for each one
Poster: Elaine Phillips
November 21, 2013

There are 2 selvedge sts.
Poster: barbara
November 24, 2013

I wold cast on another two stitches and knit them either end
Poster: Stephanie
December 2, 2013

You say that there are 2selvedge sts. So are you talking the the first stitch is a slip stitch and the last "extra" stitch should be a slip stitch too?
Poster: Mary
December 18, 2013

don't forget to slip the first stitch
Poster: joe black
December 18, 2013

Not being a smarty pant here. Six times six is 36...You slip the first stitch, do your repeat 6 times then knit the last stitch. I hope this helps. I'm going to start this patten.
Poster: Elaine Phillips
January 4, 2014

Two extra sts are selvedge sts. The first is slipped, the last is knit.
Poster: Deborah
November 11, 2014

Youvslipbthe 1st stitch to create a neater edge on your scarf.
Poster: Elaine Phillips
January 4, 2014

To make a yarn over, you simply bring the knitting yarn (the “over” strand) over the needle.
Poster: Wendy
September 10, 2015

I'm a little confused do I do the 4 pattern rows twice and then finish with the direction rows?
Poster: Elaine Phillips
September 19, 2015

You have to repeat these 4 rows to desired length.
Poster: Wendy
September 19, 2015

I'm sorry still not understanding, which 4 rows? The 4 pattern rows or the 4 directions rows?
Poster: Elaine Phillips
September 22, 2015

They are the same, but repeat directions rows.
Poster: Lisa Ogilvie
December 2, 2016

The 4 pattern rows and the 4 directions rows are the same, the directions involve more detail because they include the cast on amount and the selvedge stitch instructions
Poster: Phyllis
November 10, 2014

Read the 'directions' not just the pattern. It tells you to slip the 1st st. and knit the last.
Poster: Kelley
January 6, 2014

I figured it out about a week ago after reading the pattern again.
Slip 1 + 36 ST + Knit 1 = 38
I see that I'm not the only one confused by the count!
Poster: Mary Giuliacci
December 30, 2013

I can not get the lace look between the multiple of 6. how did you do the yo?
Poster: Donna
November 24, 2013

I am wondering if the Sl at the beginning is done knitwise or purlwise?
Poster: Kathie
November 24, 2013

I've make a few scarves with a similar pattern. Wondering why you slip 1 stitch at the beginning of the row rather than actually knitting it.
Poster: Dell
November 14, 2013

I'm not understanding the pattern....says to cast on 38 stitches....pattern is 6 stitches and u repeat it 6 times then knit 1 stitch 6x6=36+1=37 so what am I doing wrong? Help
Poster: Kelley
November 12, 2013

I am confused. The PATTERN says "Multiples of 6" but the DIRECTIONS say "cast on 38"...
Poster: Lisa Ogilvie
December 2, 2016

The first stitch is slipped and the last stitch is knit, just as the pattern instructs you to.
Poster: Lisa Ogilvie
December 2, 2016

The pattern is 36 stitches and there are 2 selve stitches, one at the beginning and one at the end.
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