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« Reply #40 on: December 22, 2008 08:18:48 AM »

I love this pattern, i've been wanting to start it for ages! you've just spurred me on to do it, yours has come out great!  Smiley

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« Reply #41 on: December 22, 2008 11:50:38 AM »

So in the chart, the yo square just means to bring the yarn in front, right?
Does the first row go like *K1, bring the yarn inbetween the needles, K4, DD, K4, Bring yarn inbetween needles* ?

Yep, that's it! Something to watch for, especially if you knit it all on DPNs, like I did, is to make sure you do that last YO at the end of the first lace round. The first time, mine got all pulled out cause it was at the end of the needle, and then every round after that was missing one YO and it all went horribly wrong. I ripped back to the ribbing, and started again, juggling the stitches to make sure it couldn't go missing, and the second time it was spot on Smiley

Oh good! Thank you for responding!
I think there's a chance I forgot to cast on the very last stitch. Oh well, I learned a good lesson: Always count the stitches twice! haha
I've started again this morning and completed the ribbing before I ran to the computer to see if I got a response
I didn't want to begin the lace without double checking   Cheesy
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