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on: November 05, 2007 10:00:05 PM 
Started by shutupnlisten39, Message by iridescent
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I've followed the curly purly pattern to make bigger eggs. I casted on a multiple of the original 9 stitches and adjusted the pattern to accommodate the extra stitches.* I believe the smaller egg was made with 27 stitches and the larger one 36.  The smaller one is about 15cm tall.

* What I mean is, if I casted on 27 stitches, that's 9 x 3, so if the pattern told me to knit 2 rows, I would knit 2 x 3 rows, that is 6 rows. But I believe I followed the instructions for the rows as given, so if it said "knit 1, increase 2, knit to end" that's what I did.

Also, make sure to stuff the egg well to give it a good shape. I was stingy with the stuffing and had a slightly pointy and easily deformed egg.
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