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"Make 1 is a common increase used in knitting, you are lifting the strand between the stitch and putting it on the needle too create a new stitch, using any other increase in this pattern will result in it not being knotted lace."
"The pattern is correct as written, the M1 occurs after the first stitch on the needle and right before the last stitch, giving a 2 stitch increase for every third row."
"I've encountered this issue many times, it could be one of several things you achieve gauge when you swatch, but you lose the gauge as you are knitting, it happens, everyone knits to a unique tension. The other issue could be the yarn you used, if you are not using the exact yarn that the pattern calls for your results will be different. When substituting yarn, its necessary for the subbed yarn to be the same fibre content as the pattern calls for in order to achieve the expected results. Worth noting is that this yarn has a boucle type finish, which is not mentioned anywhere in the description, I only know because I have used it. The other thing is that there is a note on the pattern that it will relax about 4" each way after wearing, so I think you will be alright after using it a few times."
"I really enjoy knitting and above all... I like knitting hats the most because they are quickly finished, look fashionable and make great gifts, too. Knitting hats is a good way to try out new stitches without having to knit such a large project to do so. The two cable stitch hats on this page really caught my eye!"
"I am stuck on row 10, confused after the sc in the 5th chain on the 9-chain space, then "picot", chain 5. Picot instructions were to chain 6, then slip stitch on the last chain . . . please help. Thank you,"
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