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131  KNITTING / Projects from the Stitch 'N B**ch Books by Debbie Stoller / Hurry up Spring armwarmers. Help!! on: October 26, 2005 01:31:10 PM
Hey guys, I just taught myself how to knit, so of course one of my first projects was a tough one:  the Hurry Up Spring armwarmers from Stitch'n'Bitch Nation.
I did them beautifully right up until the point where the thumb comes in.
To tell you the truth, I do not understand one word of it.
Can someone who has done these (or anyone else, for that matter) tell me how to interpret this:
Maintaining rib and chart patt as est, beg thumb gusset on third needle:  (okay, I understood that)
Rnd 1, needle 3:  P2, k1, pm, m1, pm, cont in patt as est
Rnd 2, needle 3:  sm, m1, k1, m1, sm, cont in patt as est.
Cont to work gusset by k into the back and front of the first and last sts between the markers on each rnd to 13 sts between markers. 

This is the part I just don't understand!
Maybe I'm just being really retarded here, but I have no idea how to even begin to do that last part.  Someone help me?  I don't know anyone else who knits well enough to tell me.
Thank you so much!
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