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« on: July 08, 2006 10:33:14 PM »

I'm sure this is probably like asking "What does k stand for" so I apologize, I'm still quite a beginner.  I've knitted a few things, but all simple scarves.

I want to knit this, http://www.lionbrand.com/patterns/khs-diagonalBabyBlanket.html but I'm not really sure what this means:

Next row Knit 3, yo, k 2.
Next row Knit 3, yo, k 3.
Next row Knit 3, yo, knit to end.
Repeat last row until there are 126 stitches on needle.

Does it basically mean that each new row you knit one more after the yo, like k2, next row, k3, k4,k5, etc until you get to the last row that would be Knit 3, yo, k 126??  Or does it automatically end up at 126 sts from the yo's and "knit to end" is as simple as knitting to the end of the row? (which actually just occurred to me).

I tend to expect things to be harder and more complicated than they actually are.
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« Reply #1 on: July 08, 2006 10:42:18 PM »

it's the latter.  by yo in very row, you add a stitch so to just keep going until the total number of stitches you have on the needles is 126.

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« Reply #2 on: July 09, 2006 11:12:19 AM »

Thanks, I figured that once I thought of it, but still just wanted to be sure.
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