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  1. Hi GrannySquare.I am still trying to make this cowl. I was kinda really confused about some of the stuff you have said.Could you maybe break it down for me abit more? Also,how does a person count the rows and sts in this cable cowl? What is a 1 repeat of 1 cable?
  2. Hi. πŸ˜€ I having trouble with this pattern here on raverly https://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/the-honeycomb---the-cowl-neckwarmer I think it might have errors in the pattern itself. It says to repeat rounds 2-25 but i think it should be 10 to 25 . I also had to rip back afew rounds because repeating the round 10 to 25 for 2 more time was way too much rounds. By the picture of the cowl it should just be 5 rounds of cable but how does a person do the last round of cable before changing color so that it is like the picture? What do you think i should do?
  3. Hi. I was wondering if a person could use the brioche stitch for making socks and sweaters? What do you think?
  4. Hi. Hi. I was wondering how I would do the gauge for this pattern? https://crazyhands.net/sunnyside-cable-knit-hat-pattern-fishermans-rib/ Gauge 20 sts=4 inches(2 cables)? What do you think I should do?
  5. Hi granny square.πŸ™‚ thanks for the amazing help. i will definitely try to do the things that you have said in the last 2 replys. The 2nd gauge in stockinette stitch I got was 18 sts per 4 inches 23 rows per 4inches Do you think that it will be fine?
  6. Hi grannysquare. You were right about me not counting each garter row for 2. I checked my gauge again and it is 17 sts per 4 inches in garter and 36 rows in 4 inches. But when i have tried the brim of the hat it keep falling off my head and the hat can stretch way too much like 36 inches across. It was way too loose .
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    Knit questions

    Hi granny square. Thanks for the help. I was wondering a few things what do you mean by y percent,z percent and x percent? Also,what do you mean by if your st gauge is changed you have to change the placement of the earflaps? I was wondering what does this mean the ears are not evenly spaced around the brim of the hat?
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    Knit questions

    Hi. I was wondering what are variations and what are ratios in gauge and how to figure out and calculate ratios (sts and rows ) mathwise ?
  9. hi grannysquare. I had to change to steel straight needles for the garter gauge in pattern and it changed my gauge to 18 sts per 4 inches and 18 rows in garter instead of the patterns row gauge of 36 rows in garter stitch? Do i just make 9 rows less on each headband side? What do you think i should do?
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    Socks questions

    Hi. I was wondering if you could help me understand some of the sock forumla online steps that are out there on ravelry? using needle 1, pick up and knit stitches equal to one quarter of your Sock Number from the side of your heel flap?😟 My Sock Number is 60, so I will pick up 15 stitches.?πŸ˜• Remember to pick up 1/4 of your Sock Number rof stitches (just like with needle 1).?πŸ€” Both of these should have stitches equal to a quarter of your Sock Number? Measure your foot from the back of your heel to the tip of your big toe (or whatever toe is longest)? Subtract 1 1/2 inches? repeat rnds 2 &3 until soles reaches 56,68 sts or equal to the total number of original sock stitches?
  11. Hi Grannysquare. Thanks for the amazing help. Can i ask one more question? What do you mean when you say measure 10 rounds at your gauge?πŸ˜•
  12. Hi. I was wondering if you could help me to try to understand in beginner terms like what is aspect ratios , how to figure them out and what is percentages in knitting and how to figure them out in math and what is variables in knitting and how to figure it out math wise? πŸ€”
  13. Hi.πŸ™‚ I was wondering if you could help me with the gauge on this pattern. The link is here www.cas.seamenschurch.org/christmas-at-sea It is a free pdf pattern. The pattern gauge is 20 sts per 4 inches And row gauge is 24 rows per 4 inches Both in stockinette stitch. I got 19 sts per 4 inches And 23 rows per 4 inches in stockinette stitch Using a knitters pride us 7 16 inch circular needle and using caron cakes worsted weight yarn. The patterns 2nd gauge is 20 sts per 4 inches 36 rows per 4 inches both in garter stitch I got 18 sts per 4 inches in garter stitch and the row gauge I never got that yet. I have measured my across using a measuring tape and it's a little over 22 inches. I was wondering how to adjust or calculate the difference in both gauges? What do you think I should do, just do the pattern as is or not?
  14. Hi.πŸ˜€ I was wondering if this is true which i hope that it isn't. πŸ™In one of verypink knits videos she says that you cannot change a gauge in patterns such as for hats,mittens,and sweaters? The link is here for the video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IFMch0eAhn0 I have always thought that some people said online that a person could. I am sooo very disappointed about it .😞 What do you think?
  15. Hi.πŸ˜€ I was wondering how to make the only 5 cables for the hat after you cast on 100 sts for ribbing and go for increase row? https://crazyhands.net/adult-hat-knitting-pattern-gradient-color/
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