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The Knitter - - Dartmouth -

Us­ing 3mm cir­cu­lar nee­dles and yarn B, cast on 208 ( 216: 224: 232: 240: 256: 264: 272: 288: 304) sts. Pm and join to work in the round, taking care not to twist sts. Rib round: *K2, P2; rep from * to end of round. This round sets rib. Change to yarn A. Knit 1 round. Rep rib round 11 more times. Change to 3.5mm cir­cu­lar nee­dles. Work in st st (knit ev­ery round), fol­low­ing stripe se­quence (see above), un­til work meas 35 ( 35: 35 : 36: 37: 37: 37: 37 :37 : 38) cm from cast-on edge, and not­ing which round of the pat­tern you fin­ish on.

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K9 ( 9: 9: 9: 10: 10: 10: 10: 12: 12) and place the last worked 18 ( 18: 18: 18: 20: 20: 20: 20: 24: 24) sts onto a stitch holder, K104 ( 108: 112: 116: 120: 128: 132: 136: 144: 152) sts and place the last worked 18 ( 18: 18: 18: 20: 20: 20: 20: 24: 24) sts onto a stitch holder or waste yarn. End round here. You will still have 86 ( 90: 94: 98: 100: 108: 112: 116: 120: 128) sts of round un­worked. 172 ( 180: 188: 196: 200: 216: 224: 232: 240: 256) sts rem. Set aside.

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