Saturday, March 15, 2014

March 16th KAL Day 1

Hi all:
Everyday rows will be sent via an email, I will be "Replying" to this
email so all of the rows will be on one email at the end of the KAL.

PLEASE NOTE:  Use our KAL Blog if you don't see the rows. Every KAL I receive emails saying "can I get the rows for today?" If you see a response from me it may just say "Use The Blog" to remind you.  If you are a "Special Notice" member, you will need to get your rows for day 2 through final from our blog or checking our site for the "updated" emails. Yahoo doesn't provide for "reply" messages to be sent to the Special Notice members.

If you need help, check for any assistance or write an email to the group for help.

For day 1 and day 2 of rows, I will  post photos.

Using Lifelines will help with any project. If you aren't sure what
that is, there is plenty of info on the Internet about it but it is
basically where you put thread or thin yarn through a row already
worked, designating that all the rows to that point are error free.
You should document what row you put the lifeline in so you have a point of reference. If you make any error after that point, you know you are OK with the previous rows anyway.

Notes:  SSK: Slip 1, slip 1, knit 2 together
K2Tog:  Knit 2 stitches together

Materials: 1 skein Peaches & Crème cotton yarn. I used “Pot Pourri”. You can use any Pastel variegated yarn or any solid color.

US #6 Knitting needles

Cast on: Multi of 6 + Border stitches. I cast on 34 stitches


Row 1: (RS) K1, P1 across

Row 2: (WS) P1, K1 across

Row 3: K1, P1 across

Row 4: P1, K1 across
Pattern rows:
Row 1: (RS) K1, P1, Knit across, end K1, P1
Row 2: (WS) P1, K1, P30, P1, K1
Row 3:K1, P1, K2, YO, *K2Tog, K4, YO; Rep from *to last 6 stitches, end K2tog, K2, K1, P1
Row 4: P1, K1, P30, P1, K1
Row 5:K1, P1, * SSK, YO, K1, YO, K2Tog, K1; Repeat from * to end, K1, P1
Row 6: P1, K1, P30, P1, K1

Janet Nogle
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