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10 June 2007 @ 08:51 pm
knitting help  
I know when you check your tension/gauge you use bigger needles if you've too many stitches/rows in the measurements given, and smaller needles if you've too few. What do you do if you've the right amount or slightly too many stitches, but not enough rows?
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a very caring potato: knitted cthulhu cardmollydot on June 11th, 2007 01:55 pm (UTC)
The interbets was letting me down until you replied!

So... I've too few rows per inch, so I should leave out rows. Ok, I think I can manage that.

I've started some mittens. It's the time of year for it, isn't it? :-) I haven't blocked the swatch either. I suppose I should. :-P

My tension was out in another pattern too, but it did give length measurements, rather than row, so it was ok. Plus I hadn't actually done a tension swatch before starting anyway, just measured partway through. That one was a baby hoodie. I plan on finding a baby to fit it when it's done. I need to sew stuff together though, which I keep putting off.

I'm also doing YAS - Yet Another Scarf.