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Knitting question

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Hi.:)I was wondering what this means when a pattern gauge says "in pattern?:(

Can someone please break it down for me to understand?

Thanks.

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This shortcut phrasing comes up in crochet patterns as well--sometimes it will say 'continue in established pattern' to make it a little clearer..  Some sort of overall stitch pattern has been established before this point - a ripple, cables, ribbing, lace, whatever.  It just means to follow that pattern without increasing or decreasing for x rows, inches or stitches until it tells you to do something else.  Is it a pattern on the net?  We could point you to the 'pattern' more specifically.

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Hi Granny Square.:) I dont think its a pattern on the internet .I just wanted to know. ;)Thanks for the amazing help grannysquare.:D

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