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Topic: Help With Sackboy Patttern!!!  (Read 498 times)
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bananafly
« on: December 27, 2009 09:51:08 PM »

I've been trying to knit Alan Dart's Sackboy and have made it as far as the thumb but am completely lost as to how to do the fingers.  I can't seem to get the turning part of the pattern!  I know someone has asked this same question before but noone ended giving them an answer.  Any help would be greatly appreciated!!


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http://img.thesun.co.uk/multimedia/archive/00686/SKM49_2__proj_sackb_686954a.pdf
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cristinaisamazing
« Reply #1 on: December 28, 2009 12:19:04 AM »

oh! i knitted this before. i just never put it all together because i didn't have a zipper. :[ but the fingers are fairly easy once you figure them out. mine looked a little gimp because i figured it out midway through them, haha. ok, when it says "k7, turn and work on these sts only" it means that you're going to knit 7, then turn the work to the purl side and p3. then you're going to turn again and k3.
then you basically do the same (following what the pattern says) for the rest of the fingers. :]
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